What is White Collar Crime?

White collar crime involves non-violent crime that is usually financially motivated by business or government professionals. White collar criminal charges are often based on lengthy, complex investigations. So complex, in fact, that the subjects of the investigations are aware not only that they are being investigated, but also that they are likely to face charges.

White collar crime can include:

  • violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Antitrust crime (bid-rigging)
  • Tax crimes
  • Bank fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Political Corruption
  • Mortgage fraud embezzlement

Your White Collar Defense Attorney

Due to the nature of these investigations, it's crucial to have representation as soon as possible. The sooner you receive skilled and experienced legal counsel on the matters of the internal investigation, the more effective your defense can be. There is even the possibility to make presentations to federal or state authorities in some cases that can prevent from any charges being filed. On the other hand, if charges have already been filed, you can rest assured that your defense has more time to prepare, giving you quite the advantage in such a complex investigation.

Kevin Stockstill can be that attorney for you. With extensive education in business administration and over twenty years of experience in white collar criminal defense, Kevin Stockstill offers highly effective representation for those charged with white collar crime. If you've been charged with a white collar crime, call Kevin today.