White Collar Crimes
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WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
Are serious charges and the consequences can be severe. As a result, defending a white collar crime at either the State or Federal level is not for attorneys who are inexperienced or afraid to tackle voluminous records.
Have few limitations and does not have to specify a specific target of its investigation. This means that individuals who are not initially a target of an investigation can become targets or eventually be prosecuted.
Is a broad category of offenses involving computers and computer networks. While many acts of cybercrime are essentially high-tech forms of theft or fraud, some have goals other than financial gain.
Being arrested for any offense can be overwhelming. The FBI estimated that there were 1.5 million people arrested for drug crimes. Many of those arrested were in federal court while some stayed at the local level.
In Florida, whether it is your first arrest or one of several, Haas Law can defend you in state court. Defendants with no criminal history can be eligible for Pretrial Diversion programs and expunging the records.
Be proactive. Even if you have done nothing wrong, there are significant risks to speaking without counsel present. Defending your reputation on your own can have dire consequences.
Authorities aggressively pursue those suspected of avoiding their taxes. Whether you are accused of not paying state or federal income tax fraud, Haas Law will work with you to navigate the matter.
Under the False Claims Act, whistleblowers with knowledge or evidence of a company cheating the federal government out of money can report it and receive a monetary award. Haas Law can help you report fraud.
In these cases, the prosecution must prove that the party knew that his or her claim or action was fraudulent. Each allegation requires significant research and investigation to demonstrate that there was no fraudulent intent.