White Collar Crimes
The term "white collar crime" usually refers to offenses that are nonviolent and committed by professionals, public officials, and other citizens. Examples of white collar crimes are embezzlement, theft, and fraud. Conviction for a white collar crime carries major penalties, including restitution, fines, prison time, or jail time.
Defending a white collar crime is different from building a defense for someone charged with a violent crime. The bigger the amount in question, the greater the chances of punishment. The consequences of a white collar crime are very serious and could permanently alter your life. You should hire an aggressive lawyer who knows how to handle white collar crimes and their defenses.
The Law Offices of David M. Boertje knows how to properly investigate theft and embezzlement cases and can uncover any evidence that will support your defense. We are licensed to practice in federal court and state court and can represent you in your white collar crime case during the entire process. If there is an overwhelming amount of evidence that shows that going to trial might not be to your benefit, we know how to negotiate your white collar crime case and we will do our best to minimize any potential penalties.
We frequently find that clients that are charged with white collar crimes and theft are good citizens that have made errors in judgment. We will do our best to resolve your case as efficiently and rapidly as we can. We will combine proven solutions with creative strategies. We will not judge you because you have been charged with a crime. It is important to resolve your case and reach the most favorable outcome so you can get on with your life.
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To speak with Criminal Attorney David M. Boertje for answers to your questions related to your white collar crime case, or any other kind of criminal law case, please contact the Law Offices of David M. Boertje. You can call us, send us an e-mail, or fill out our Contact Us page on our site. We would like to offer you a FREE CONSULTATION. We will promptly return your message.