WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL LAW
White collar crimes fall under the jurisdiction of the United States government and are prosecuted in federal court. White collar crimes are non-violent crimes typically committed by business or government professionals who are seeking financial gain.
Examples of white collar crimes that are prosecuted as federal offenses include but are not limited to:
- Sex crimes
- Drug crimes
- Public corruption
- Distribution of child pornography
- Gun manufacturing
- Money laundering
- Narcotics trafficking
Only certain attorneys are admitted to practice in federal court, so if you have reason to believe you are the target of a criminal investigation or are under federal indictment, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Your career, your reputation, and your very freedom may be at stake.
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