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White Collar Crimes
Information from a Trusted Nashville Criminal Defense Lawyer
"White collar crime" is a blanket term that actually describes many different types of offenses. All of these offenses, however, have a few things in common: they are non-violent and are financially-motivated. Many different kinds of fraud, for example, are considered white collar crimes. White collar crime charges are common on both the state and federal level.
No matter what agency is charging you with a white collar offense, Andrew C. Beasley, PLLC has the experience, insight, and resources to provide you with an aggressive defense. Attorney Beasley has navigated serious white collar cases in both state and federal courts and has a track record of securing the best possible outcome for his clients.
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Different Types of White Collar Crime
Many different offenses are considered "white collar crimes." In most instances, these crimes are tried by the prosecution's presentation of a "paper trail" of transactions or other administrative actions by the accused.
Just a few of some of the most common white collar charges include:
- Money laundering
- Insurance fraud
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Insider trading
- Investment fraud/schemes
Penalties for these crimes vary and often depend on the amount of money stolen and the scope of the alleged offense. While not always the case, white collar offenses are often "stacked" or numerated to reflect habitual behavior. In these instances, penalties can add up fast and severely affect the trajectory of one's life if a conviction is reached.
These sentences, however, can be argued down and defeated. With competent, knowledgeable counsel who is accustomed to assessing and challenging "paper trail" evidence, it is possible to put white collar charges behind you as swiftly as possible.
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