Savannah White Collar Crime Lawyers
Aggressive Trial Attorneys in State or Federal Court
White-collar crimes include a variety of financially motivated, non-violent illegal activity. Criminal charges for a white-collar crime can be either misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the specifics of the situation. When you need experienced and aggressive white collar crimes attorneys in Savannah, call The Lerch Law Firm to put more than a decade of legal experience to work for you.
Types of White-Collar Crimes
White-collar crimes can be prosecuted at either the state or federal level. When charges are brought in federal court, the penalties for a conviction can be severe, including a lengthy sentence in federal prison.
Some examples of white-collar crime include:
- Identity fraud
- Securities fraud
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
What are the Penalties For White-Collar Crimes?
Fraud cases can be complex and these cases are pursued vigorously both by the state of Georgia and the federal government which can lead to severe penalties if convicted. These penalties include several years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. Due to the serious nature of these offenses and the lasting impact a conviction can have on your life, it is essential that you hire a criminal defense attorney with the right knowledge and experience to help you navigate the complexities of state and federal court.
Making the Best Decisions for Your Case
When you are charged with a white-collar crime, every decision you make can impact the outcome of your case. The first thing to do is secure accessible and responsive legal representation from an experienced attorney. With over a decade of experience and thousands of cases won on behalf of our clients, our white-collar crimes lawyers in Savannah will thoroughly investigate your case to determine if the charges could be the result of an oversight, a misunderstanding, or other factors. We work with you to build a strong case to protect your rights, freedom, and reputation.
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