White Collar Crime Attorney in Commack, New York
White Collar Crime is defined as a criminal act (usually fraud) that is committed by a person who may be a professional or a person with a position of trust and respectability.
In recent years the various District Attorneys Offices within New York State are spending a great amount of time and energy pursuing the perpetrators of White Collar Crime. My office has put together this brief list of the types of crimes that law enforcement officials consider White Collar Crime. They range from and include:
Credit card fraud
Sports / Celebrity memorabilia fraud
Medicaid / Medicare fraud
Faking and set-up car accidents
Computer fraud / Computer crime
In truth, complex business transactions are sometimes open to allegations of criminal activity, even if the person involved never intended to do anything illegal. At the law offices of Joel R. Salinger, P.C., I defend clients on Long Island and throughout the five boroughs of New York City against allegations of involvement in white-collar crime. I employ my in-depth knowledge of the criminal justice system to provide an effective defense against many different types of charges. I represent clients who have been accused of many different types of fraud. Preparing a defense against a white-collar crime typically involves analyzing a complex paper trail. When necessary, I may engage the assistance of experts, such as forensic accountants, to help show a complete picture of the transaction. This approach assists me in achieving successful outcomes for my clients.
If you suspect you are under state or local white-collar crime investigation or charges have been filed against you, it is vital to have expert legal counsel to guide you through the proceedings, build a defense on your behalf and protect your legal rights.
My Long Island law firm offers personal and legal defense for businesses and individuals including physicians, accountants, bookkeepers, lawyers, mortgage brokers, stock brokers, dentists, law enforcement, elected officials, and other professionals accused of white collar crimes.