Crawford County White Collar Crime Lawyer
What is the Most Common Punishment for White Collar Crime?
If convicted for a misdemeanor white collar crime, you could be looking at up to 180 days in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. Felonies carry heavier sentencing. If you are convicted of a first degree felony, you can face up to 10 years in state prison and up to $20,000 in fines.
Aside from the legal penalties, you could also lose your professional licenses and find that getting additional licenses is nearly impossible. Having a white collar crime conviction on your record can also preclude you from finding a job because employers may view you as untrustworthy. There is too much at stake here for you to not work with a proven legal professional.
Arrested for a white collar crime? You have rights. Learn them during a private consultation with our Crawford County white collar crime attorney - (419) 610-2032.
What Qualifies as a White Collar Crime?
White collar crimes are characterized as criminal offenses that are non-violent and financially motivated. The perpetrators are often individuals who are in positions of power and have access to large amounts of money. Because most white collar carry harsh sentences, it is crucial that you hire an experienced Crawford County white collar crime attorney who is prepared and determined to win. At Eyer Stone, LTD, we fight to make sure that your charges do not jeopardize your future and your well-being.
We have experience defending a wide variety of white collar crimes, such as:
- Tax evasion
- Organized crime
Passionate. Determined. Ready.
To get started on building your white collar defense, talk to our Crawford County white collar crime lawyer. We can analyze the charges against you and determine whether or not there is enough evidence for the state to prosecute you. Our team can also look at whether or not the evidence they obtained was done through legal means. In their zealous efforts to convict a defendant, law enforcement officials often take shortcuts and violate an individual's constitutional rights. We are here to ensure that your rights are never compromised by anyone.
If you are facing charges for a white collar crime, we are prepared to fight for you. Call our firm today at (419) 610-2032.
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