Defending You Against Serious White Collar Crimes
When you think of a crime that may land you in prison or require you to pay a hefty fine, you often think of violent or property crimes. However, white collar crimes make up a significant area of criminal law in Florida. From embezzlement to numerous types of fraud, a white collar criminal charge can significantly impact the rest of your life.
Our attorneys at Norgard & Chastang, have years of experience defending clients in Bartow and throughout Polk County against white collar criminal charges. Our attorneys are Florida Bar board-certified in criminal trial law and have immense experience fighting for clients’ freedom and rights. We understand what is at stake and take a results-oriented approach to build a strong defense on your behalf.
The Vigorous Criminal Defense You Deserve
The goal of committing a white collar crime is economic benefit. A white collar crime often involves tampering with commercial or financial activities, such as embezzlement and money laundering. White collar crimes do not typically involve any violent acts against another person or property. However, the state of Florida still punishes white collar crimes harshly.
We can defend you against a variety of white collar crimes, including:
- Money laundering
- Bank fraud
- Accounting fraud
- Health care fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Insider trading
- Tax fraud
Depending on the severity of the alleged crimes and your criminal history, you could face years in prison and expensive fines. To avoid a permanent mark on your criminal record, you need an attorney who understands how to defend you against complex charges. The investigatory period of a white collar crime involves analyzing complex financial documents and spending significant amounts of time researching and finding any possible defenses. You can trust our attorneys to do what is necessary to protect you.
Don’t Let A Criminal Charge Ruin The Rest Of Your Life
Our Bartow attorneys understand the impacts a criminal conviction can have on your future, family and career. Aside from legal and financial consequences, you may face serious damage to your personal and professional reputations if convicted. To learn more about how we can defend and protect your future, call us at 863-354-0508 or complete our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.