White Collar Crimes
White Collar Attorneys
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Wire fraud encompasses many different things, but the basic premise involves enticing someone to send money or value via electronic means. Learn More
Mail fraud involves the enticement of victims to send money via US mail or soliciting such money in the same manner. Learn More
Healthcare fraud can be committed in several ways, but the most common occurrence involves kickbacks, bills for services not rendered and the like. Learn More
Mortgage fraud usually involves falsifying records or documents in order to be approved for a mortgage when one would not qualify otherwise. Learn More
Money laundering involves taking money that was either obtained illegally or money that the owner does not want to declare on taxes and ‘cleansing’ it to give the appearance of legitimacy.Learn More
Tax evasion is a serious crime, and the conduct that leads to this charge involves either hiding money so it can be excluded from a tax return or simply not declaring certain income in hopes of it not being discovered. Learn More
This charge generally involves the furtherance of any criminal enterprise, such as a drug cartel, a prostitution ring or a gambling ring. Learn More
RICO stands for Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, and it was designed to help law enforcement bring down criminal enterprises such as the mafia. Learn More
Organized crime can be seen as ‘white collar’ in nature, but this crime generally involves any sort of street thuggery that results in a benefit to those who run certain organizations. Learn More
Identity theft has become more prevalent with the Internet, and basically involves the stealing of another person’s confidential information and using it for personal gain. Learn More
Bribery is one of the oldest forms of white collar crime, and it’s basically offering illegal payments for favors or services. Learn More
The list above is only a set of examples of white collar crimes, and if you’ve been charged with any of these or others, Contact the Blanch Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation.