White Collar Fraud
White collar fraud is defined as the crime or offense of deliberately deceiving another in order to cause damage, usually financial. Fraud is typically used to obtain property or services unjustly. It is often referred to as “theft by deception” or “larceny by trick” in a court of law. If you are convicted of white collar fraud in Florida, in addition to a large fine you may receive a long term jail sentence depending on the circumstances and severity of your fraud charges. In addition, a white collar fraud charge in Florida can be tried in either state or federal court.
The following are types of white collar fraud crimes in Florida:
- Bank Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Business Fraud
- Investment Fraud
- Health Fraud
- Marriage Fraud
- Identity Theft
- False Advertising
- False Billing
If you have been charged with a white collar crime in the state of Florida, it is important that you contact an experienced lawyer immediately. Early intervention by an experienced white collar crimes defense attorney will provide you with the best results for your unique case. It can mean all the difference in you obtaining your freedom or being incarcerated.
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Attorney Robert G. Whittel is a highly skilled white collar crimes criminal defense attorney who is ready to discuss your white collar fraud case with you. We have offices in Gainesville, Ocala or Bushnell and are committed to protecting your rights by putting together a winning defense for your case.
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