Rhode Island White Collar Crime Attorney

Have you been charged with or are you under investigation for a white collar crime in Providence or anywhere in the state of Rhode Island? If so, it is crucial that you contact a defense attorney at our firm as soon as possible to discuss your situation. After a careful review of your case, we can determine what specific legal actions need to be taken in your defense. Our legal team is highly knowledgeable and skilled in all aspects of criminal cases, including those involving white collar crimes. Our legal team has years of experience in criminal defense and we represent defendants in both state and federal courts.

What is a white collar crime?

White collar crimes refer to the crimes committed by business people or professionals, entrepreneurs, and public officials. These are crimes often based on allegations of deliberate deception or misrepresentation that take place in a business or financial setting aimed at personal gain. They may violate state or federal laws and so may be prosecuted in state or federal courts. Examples of white collar crimes are various kinds of fraud, including mail fraud, insurance fraud, health care fraud, government fraud, credit card fraud, bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, securities fraud, computer fraud, mortgage fraud, embezzlement, bribery, extortion, money laundering, racketeering, environmental law violations, identity theft, Ponzi schemes and other investment frauds, and more.

Penalties vary, depending on the nature of the crime, the number of victims defrauded, and the amount of money or assets taken, as well as the previous criminal history of the defendant. Penalties may include imprisonment, large fines, restitution to victims, and probation. It is important to consult with a Providence white collar criminal defense lawyer at our firm so that we may begin constructing an aggressive and thorough defense as soon as possible. Don't risk your future and your freedom. Talk to a criminal defense attorney at our firm today.

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