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White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes refer to those offenses that are financial or business-related in nature. There is a broad array of white collar crimes, ranging in severity from misdemeanors to serious felonies that result in federal charges. Those charged with a federal white collar offenses face trial in federal court, as well as the possibility of very serious penalties.


Some examples of white collar crime include:

Tax evasion
Money laundering
Fraud (Business fraud, insurance fraud, health care fraud, real estate fraud, and others)

The Robinson Law Firm, P.A. has over 30 years experience with white collar crimes and is well versed in trying all types of criminal cases, including those that involve white collar crimes. Our knowledgeable legal team is immediately available to assist you in the event that you are facing such charges.

Depending upon the seriousness of the crime, a white collar offense can be met with punishment that includes monetary fines, restitution to the victims of the crime, community service, probation, and time spent in jail or state/federal prison. Contact our office today, and we will thoroughly familiarize ourselves with your case in order to provide you with a personalized legal strategy that may secure an outcome in which you avoid incarceration or other heavy penalties.

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If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime, protect your future by hiring an experienced attorney.