White Collar Crimes
Aggressive Representation in Martin County
A white collar crime is a type of fraud or theft that is most often committed within a business environment. It is a serious criminal offense and will most likely be charged as a misdemeanor or felony federal crime. If you or a loved one is accused, charged and/or arrested for a white collar crime in Martin County, Florida it is very important that you contact David Golden, P.A. today.
White collar crimes are often a well-thought out scheme involving more than one individual. Many white collar crimes are not even discovered until months or even years after they have taken place. In the state of Florida a person may face charges of a white collar crimes offense just for being aware that a crime took place and not reporting it.
At David Golden, P.A., we are very aware that many individuals get caught up in the acts of another and may not have been aware that they were doing anything illegally. As an experienced white collar crimes lawyer Mr. Golden will fight on your behalf against any charges you may face. Attorney David Golden is very familiar with your legal rights and will aggressively look to protect you.
Types of White Collar Crimes
Attorney David Golden represents any type of white collar crimes in Martin County, Florida, including:
- Accounting Fraud
- Conspiracy to Commit Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Government Fraud
There are several penalties that one may face if convicted of a white collar crime. They include: a jail or prison sentence, heavy fines, restitution, driver’s license suspension, community service, probation and parole. However, by hiring an attorney from our law offices we may be able to help you to avoid criminal charges altogether or obtain alternative sentencing such as house arrest.
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Stuart criminal defense attorney David Golden will always challenge all evidence presented and will fight to have the charges lowered or dropped completely. You have the legal right in the state of Florida to a fair trial if one cannot be avoided; and a chance to prove your innocence by having a professional white collar crimes attorney on your side.