White Collar Crimes
Most individuals who are charged with white collar crimes are aware that they are under investigation for some time. Typically, these types of charges involve investigations by police and possibly by office staff. You may suspect that you are going to be charged with a white collar crime soon. If this is the case, it’s important that you speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
At Kenneth L. Baritz & Associates, P.C., we have extensive experience defending clients against criminal charges in Philadelphia. While each case is unique, we know the laws and we understand the criminal defense strategies that can work for you. Contact us today for a free initial consultation regarding your white collar crime charges.
Contact An Attorney Before You Talk To The Police
If you are under suspicion for a white collar crime, do not talk to the police without attorney representation. Every statement that you make can be used against you. We can help you protect your rights while their investigation is under way and ensure that your freedom is defended.
The criminal defense attorneys at Kenneth L. Baritz & Associates, P.C., we will aggressively defend against a variety of white collar crime cases, including:
- Bank or credit card fraud
- Identity theft
- Employee theft
- Money laundering
- Mail and wire fraud
- Internet crimes
If you are convicted of a white collar crime, the penalties that you would face follow federal sentencing guidelines. These guidelines typically state mandatory minimum sentences that include jail time and heavy fines. You do not have to let these charges go to trial.
Favorable Criminal Defense Strategies To Fit Your Case
As experienced criminal defense lawyers, we know how to negotiate with prosecutors and, if necessary, with the parties affected by these crimes to have the charges against you reduced or dropped. We use our experience and dedication to fight for the best possible outcome for our clients.
Contact our criminal defense team today to begin protecting your rights. We provide a no-obligation free initial consultation.