The term "white-collar crime" is used to refer to crimes typically committed for financial gain without the use of violence. This broad definition encompasses a variety of activities, including both street corner shell games and intricate multinational securities fraud activities. However, our white collar crime practice primarily serves doctors, accountants, financial officers, government agents, entrepreneurs, business owners, and other traditional "white-collar" workers.
Investigations of financial crimes often take years and involve the examination of complex banks of information. If you have had any inquiries or communications that may be indications you are under suspicion or investigation in connection with a crime, it is critical that you engage a criminal defense lawyer immediately to avoid making mistakes that could later be used to build a case against you.
Our Florida federal criminal defense firm has the training and experience needed to successfully defend clients in Florida circuit and appellate courts, and U.S. federal district courts, courts of appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
It is important to have an attorney as soon as possible when under investigation. Our lawyers vigorously defend the rights of clients to prevent investigations from resulting in arrests and to defend criminal charges if filed. We also help our clients prepare for grand jury proceedings.
White-collar crimes attorney Mark Horwitz has over 20 years of experience in criminal defense and appeals. He has won favorable decisions at trial and on appeal for clients charged with a variety of crimes, ranging from income tax evasion to bribery.
If you have been accused of a white-collar crime, our experienced criminal defense attorneys will help you prepare an effective defense. To schedule a consultation at our Tampa or Orlando office, fill out our online form or call (407) 901-5852.
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