White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes typically include embezzlement, computer crime, theft, and tax evasion.  These charges often have additional collateral consequences in the community, irreparably damaging your reputation and ability to earn a living.  Although they are usually non-violent crimes, white collar crimes can still result in the same harsh consequences as violent crimes.  White collar crimes are often charged as federal crimes, which often have much more severe penalties than crimes charged at the state level.

The serious nature of white collar crimes means that you have to act quickly to hire an attorney to defend you against these charges.  Thus, you need the experienced criminal litigators at Bloch & Chapleau to protect your rights.