‘White collar’ crimes including fraud, bad checks, forgery and others are on the rise in Georgia and throughout the country. The latest figures indicate that one in three households have been the victim of some type of white collar crime and only 41% of these victims report it to the authorities. White collar crime defense attorneys, Crawford & Boyle, LLC have successfully defended countless individuals who have been accused of white collar crimes of all kinds. If you’ve been accused of fraud, bad checks, forgery, or another ‘white collar’ crime, they have the resources and experience to ensure that your rights are protected at all times.
The simplest definition of white collar crime is “the crime or offense of knowingly and intentionally deceiving another person to unfairly obtain their property, services or money.” However ‘white collar’ crime is a very broad term describing a wide range of different offenses including:
- Possession, printing or distribution of stolen or counterfeit money, treasury checks, federal agency checks, etc.
- Money laundering
- Fraud of any kind
- Writing bad checks
- Tax evasion
- And many other charges where you’ve been accused of intentional deceit
Charges of crimes like fraud or any other kind of ‘white collar’ crimes are very hard to prove in court. An experienced Georgia fraud, forgery or bad checks lawyers such as Crawford & Boyle, LLC will make the prosecution prove that you deliberately attempted to deceive someone. Often, an experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to disprove any fraud charges, and the charges will be dismissed. Similarly, charges for bad checks and forgery are difficult to prove in court. Crawford & Boyle, LLC will work hard on your behalf to ensure that your rights under the law are protected at all times.
If you or someone you love has been accused of fraud, bad checks, forgery or another ‘white collar’ crime, you should contact Crawford & Boyle, LLC right away. Crawford & Boyle, LLC will aggressively defend you and prevent you from possible prison time, fines, monetary restitution and permanent damage to your reputation.
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