Economic Crimes Attorney in Fort Lauderdale
Seek a Zealous Defense for White Collar Crimes in Florida
Also called “white collar crimes”, economic crimes include offenses related to obtaining money, property or some other benefit using deception or fraud. These offenses include crimes such as fraud, forgery, embezzlement, identify theft and money laundering. Credit card fraud has run rampant in recent years and law enforcement has been cracking down on these crimes more than ever.
The internet has also created an entirely new variety of economic crimes that can be carried out with only the use of a mouse and keyboard. The State often times has limited evidence against an accused when it comes to these crimes, however the State will still prosecute these cases aggressively and seek a conviction.
If you have been arrested or charged with an economic crime, call (954) 280-8811 immediately to schedule a free consultation with an experienced economic crimes attorney.
Penalties for White Collar Crimes in Florida
If convicted, penalties can range from fines/costs all the way up to extensive prison time, depending on the facts of each individual case. These crimes often also include a high amount of restitution sought by the alleged victim(s), and the money sought may not always add up to the actual amount of loss.
Our Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Law Firm is Ready to Help
It is extremely important that anyone accused of an economic crime hire an experienced economic crime attorney from day one in order to assist in securing any electronic or other records that may be helpful to your defense. The criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Grossman, LLC know what it takes to develop an effective defense strategy in any economic crimes case.
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