Crimes that are considered White Collar include Fraud, Embezzlement, Misrepresentation, Illegal Transfer, and numerous other money issues. Examples include everything from Racketeering to Medicaid Fraud, they can be prosecuted as both misdemeanors and felonies, and they may carry a prison sentence. White collar cases may be prosecuted by the District Attorney, the Attorney General, or the Federal Prosecutor.

A lawyer will make sure that the Police and District Attorney have followed the strict rules, laws, and regulations that apply to every criminal case, and get both sides of the story. We can question whether the arrest was constitutional, and interview the alleged victim. Did the officer have a warrant? Was I read my rights? Was this an honest mistake? Did I consent to be searched? Can we suppress the evidence? These questions and many more should be evaluated in every case. Please call Aaron J. Boland for a free consultation.