White Collar Crimes Defense
Criminal charges related to the act of committing fraud are often associated with white collar crimes. The accused many times work within industries that are considered white collar jobs such as finance, accounting, business, corporate, banking, insurance and more. If you have been charged with fraud or white collar crime in the St. Louis, Missouri, area, it is essential to your case that you seek help from a skilled criminal defense lawyer.
At the Affordable Legal Services of Thomas Sandifer, I provide exceptional criminal defense services. As an attorney with decades of experience, I will vigorously defend you against all types of white collar crimes.
Early intervention and cooperation can help strengthen your case. Contact me online today to schedule your free consultation.
As it is with many other criminal charges, the sooner you obtain a lawyer, the better. Even if you are just being questioned or investigated, now is the time to take action.
Criminal Charges Stemming From Fraudulent Transactions And Other White Collar Crimes
The area of white collar crimes is very broad and includes all types of fraud-related charges. Especially with many financial transactions and movement occurring online, Internet fraud charges are becoming increasingly prevalent.
Types of white collar crimes, include:
- Money laundering, unlawful possession of funds (embezzlement)
- Tax fraud and tax evasion
- Insurance fraud such as Medicare or Medicaid fraud
- Mortgage and bank fraud
- Internet fraud such as identity theft, credit card fraud and Social Security fraud
These are just some of the many charges under the umbrella of fraud and white collar crimes. Tell me about your specific charges today.
Charged With A White Collar Crime In St. Louis? Contact Me Today.
If you are interested in my white collar crimes defense services, please reach out to my law office in Clayton, Missouri, as soon as possible. You can call me at 314-492-6955 to schedule your free consultation.
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