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Phoenix White Collar Crime Lawyer in Arizona

The Law Offices of Brandon White’s white-collar crime attorneys, including our founder and Former-Arizona State Trooper Brandon White, have years of experience defending the rights of individuals in Phoenix, Chandler, Flagstaff, Tucson, and other cities throughout the state.

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What Is a White-Collar Crime?

White-collar crime refers to those activities typically carried out in a professional setting that involve financial gain through illegal means. They invariably deal with some sort of deception or misrepresentation and can cause the loss of millions and even billions of dollars.

Generally speaking, white-collar crime is committed by either one individual, several individuals, or a business or corporation. The line between them is often blurred, but all of these instances can lead to severe criminal penalties and require the services of an experienced white-collar criminal defense lawyer.

You may have heard of various types of white-collar crimes, such as embezzlement, fraud, money laundering, Ponzi schemes, and other white-collar scams.

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Types of White Collar Crimes We Handle in Gilbert, AZ

In addition to the more popular crimes, there are others that are frequently prosecuted. We have experience battling each white-collar crimes example detailed below.

Deceit or misrepresentation for some advantage — usually financial — is a basic definition of fraud. Healthcare, wire, and check fraud are common examples of this crime.

A media staple, embezzlement occurs most often when a person in a position of trust is accused of abusing others’ confidence by stealing money.

Bribery is giving money or something else to a person in a position of power to cause that person to make a certain decision. Simple gift-giving is not considered bribery, however.

Forgery

Forgery involves the creation of a false instrument or document or signing another’s name when not authorized. Altering a document or instrument is also considered forgery.

Money Laundering

Money laundering involves hiding the source of illegally obtained funds by moving the money through various businesses, including retail and banking transactions and transfers.

False Reporting

Falsely reporting financial information or testing and like results can lead to a charge of criminal falsification and relaying false information to government agencies.

RICO and Racketeering

Racketeering is often a federal charge associated with violent mobsters, but Arizona also has a racketeering statute that is used against white-collar defendants.

Punishments for White Collar

Punishments for White Collar Crimes in Arizona

White-collar crime consequences are severe in Arizona. Depending on the circumstances, they may be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. The courts punish isolated incidents of these crimes less harshly than multiple violations.

Penalties for white-collar crime convictions may include:

  • Arrest 
  • Jail or prison (white-collar crime jail time for misdemeanors is one year or less)
  • Fines
  • Probation

You may also be held liable for civil damages in a lawsuit.

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Schedule a Free Consultation with a White Collar Crime Attorney in Phoenix, AZ

Your rights are worth safeguarding. Scheduling a free consultation with our white-collar crime attorney in Phoenix, AZ, is an essential step for your defense against the state. Call The Law Offices of Brandon White today.

Possible Legal Defenses Against White Collar Crime Charges in Chandler

The strongest action you can take in your defense is to hire the best white-collar criminal attorney you can find. Once you meet with them, they will immediately get to work on your defense. Possible defenses available include:

  • Lack of knowledge of the crime
  • Lack of intent, meaning the result occurred, but it was unintended
  • Entrapment
  • Coercion or duress
  • Incapacity
  • The truth of the allegedly fraudulent statement 
  • Drug or alcohol intoxication

Your white-collar criminal defense attorney will work diligently to mount the strongest and most appropriate defense according to your particular circumstances. In some cases, this may mean going to trial to prove your innocence.

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Why Trust the Law Offices of Brandon White with Your White-Collar Crime Charge?

Our Team, made up of Former State Police Officers and Former Prosecuting Attorneys, has the real-world experience to provide you with a robust defense against your felony charges and work hard to save you from facing the harsh punishments doled out for white-collar crimes.

The best white-collar criminal attorney for your case is the one who knows how implement strategies to weaken the State’s case against you. Our founder, Brandon White, worked for many years as an Arizona State Trooper and knows the prosecution’s methods.

When you choose Brandon White, you get the benefit of a firm with:

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A long track record of successfully defending clients

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A white-collar crime law firm familiar with prosecution methods

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Dedicated attorneys and staff available around the clock

Call our office today to speak with a white-collar crime attorney.

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TESTIMONIALS

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I just had a telephone consultation with Mr. White and he took the time to explain to me every option I had to resolve a photo radar ticket I recieved in Mesa. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone seeking legal advice. Thanks again Brandon, I appreciate the honesty and clear communication we had.

William - Phoenix, Arizona

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The whole staff at Brandon White is to be commended……They were thorough with my Traffic Case and kept in touch , communicating the possible outcomes and strategies. I would recommend them to anyone that needs legal help in a Traffic Civil or Criminal situation.

Craig D - San Tan Valley, Arizona

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Brandon reached out to me without expectations or any obligation to help with an issue I had. I appreciate the genuine kindness. Good stuff.

Joshua O - Flagstaff, Arizona

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The team of Brandon White is a wonderful team. They help my husband a lot and solve all the problems about the traffice case. Every member is so nice and patient. Our English are not good . They explain everything for us and send emails to tell us in detail. I really, really appreciate them and the price is cheap and fine. And no more other fees. Thank you very much!

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I’m Extremely satisfied with Brandon white and his team I’m from California and got a traffic ticket in Arizona they took care of everything and were able to get my ticket dismissed Great people and very helpful.

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Talk to a Phoenix White Collar Crime Lawyer Near You Today

A white-collar defense attorney is ready to sit down with you and discuss your defense. Call The Law Offices of Brandon White today.

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FAQ

How much do white-collar crime attorneys cost in Chandler?

The cost of hiring a white-collar attorney varies depending on the particular case. Cases that are more complex and last longer will require more hours and, therefore, higher attorneys’ fees. However, you can rest assured that our prices are competitive and are always on a flat rate basis. This means no hourly confusing billing here.

In which courts are white-collar crimes prosecuted: federal or state courts?

In Arizona, white-collar crimes can be prosecuted in both federal and state criminal courts. Each jurisdiction has its definitions, rules, procedures, and penalties.

Is the attitude of the court toward defendants in white collar crimes different from that of other defendants?

The court’s attitude towards white-collar defendants is the same as toward any other defendant: impartial and fair. However, the public’s attitude may vary, making jury selection important.