White Collar Crimes
Oklahoma White Collar Crimes
White collar crimes are typically defined by their financially-driven nature and are commonly referred to as “economic crimes”. White collar crimes may include fraud or any number of theft-related charges. Regardless of the actual charge, white collar crimes indicate that the accused individual acted with the intent to take money or property from the rightful owner. These crimes are nonviolent, but because of the financial-nature of them, they oftentimes cause a lot damage and hardship. Because of this, white collar crimes are severely punishable and are looked down upon by the legal system.
Common Types of White Collar Crimes
If you find yourself in a situation where you are being charged with a white collar crime, it is a good idea for you to contact an Oklahoma defense attorney as soon as possible. White collar crimes are considered federal crimes because they directly affect the national economy and a person’s financial status. A breakdown of white collar crimes is as follows:
White collar crimes that are fraud-related:
- Securities fraud
- Bank fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Mail fraud
- Tax fraud
- Computer fraud
White collar crimes that are theft-related:
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
- Identity theft
Contact our Oklahoma City law firm if you are charged with a white collar crime and see what we can do for you. White collar crimes are very serious and could cost you thousands of dollars and jail time. Attorneys at AMA Law will conduct a thorough investigation and do everything we can to come up with an aggressive defense strategy.
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Criminal defense attorneys at AMA Law have represented a wide range of clients throughout Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, and surrounding areas. We have more than 100 years of combined experience and believe in working closely with each and every client to ensure they receive the best representation possible. Our skilled attorneys will come up with a strong defense strategy and do everything in our power to have your white collar crime charges dropped. We offer a free consultation service which allows us to go over your case in detail.
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