White Collar Crimes

Provo White Collar Crimes Defense Lawyer

Theft by Deception, Embezzlement, etc.

If you are being charged in a white collar criminal case, the potential penalties for a conviction are vast.  Criminal penalties for white collar crime convictions include not only potentially severe fines or imprisonment, but also often include profit forfeitures and payments of restitution.  Furthermore, the direct consequences of white collar allegations often also implicate possible civil liability in addition to the clear negative impact on a person socially or in employment.  As one might imagine, it becomes much more difficult for potential employers to trust someone who has been convicted of such crimes of deception.

Because the harmful consequences of white collar charges can have so much impact, the importance of strong legal counsel cannot be ignored.  If you or someone you love has been charged with a white collar crime, make sure your rights are protected and don’t allow yourself to be overrun by a zealous prosecution.  Seek the help of an experienced attorney at the law firm Provo Criminal Defense who is prepared to work hard in your defense.

Types of White Collar Crime

White collar crime is a term used to describe non-violent, typically business-related, criminal activity.  White collar crimes are crimes of deception and concealment committed to obtain some sort of professional, business, or simple economic advantage.  Such crimes are violations of either state or federal laws or both. The attorneys at Provo Criminal Defense represent clients in all types of white collar cases including:

  • Bribery 
  • Extortion
  • Embezzlement
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Larceny
  • Conspiracy
  • Computer Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • Mail fraud

Quality Provo Attorneys Ready to Help

The attorneys at Provo Criminal Defense are well qualified and eager to help.  It is our goal to ensure that you receive the very best defense.  Allow us to provide you the tenacious defense needed to ensure that you receive fair treatment.  Call us today for your free initial consultation at 801.800.8246.

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