White Collar Crime

White collar crime is a broad term that refers to many nonviolent crimes that usually involve illegal financial transactions. This criminal offense is usually committed by business and government officials who illegally produce financial gain. Because of their job positions, they have access to large sums of other people’s money, and the crime is usually carried out by complex means. Common examples include:

  • Embezzlement
  • Insider Trading
  • Bank fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Tax Evasion
  • Bribery
  • Securities Fraud
  • Public Corruption
  • Mail/Wire Fraud
  • Cybercrime
  • Identity Theft
  • Medicare and Medicaid fraud

White collar crime can violate both state and federal law and because of this, prosecution can occur in both New Jersey and federal courts. It is important that if you believe that you are under suspicion for a white collar crime, that you contact an attorney immediately. Taking early and aggressive action can prevent future situations that may create criminal liability.

Don’t risk the future of you and your company with sub-par legal representation. White collar crimes carry serious penalties and punishments. Contact the Law Office of Jennifer Marshall, Esq., at 732-377-2005 to receive a free initial consultation and begin work on your case today!