Vindicate Law’s esteemed white collar crime attorneys know how to handle white collar crime lawsuits better than anyone else in the state of Washington. White collar crimes are non-violent offenses typically committed by wealthy individuals with a high-ranking social status. For example, in 2009, infamous investor Bernie Madoff admitted to committing white collar crimes including securities fraud, money laundering, and mail fraud, as he pleaded guilty to 11 federal felonies for running a Ponzi Scheme that shocked markets globally.

White Collar Law Offenses

When it comes to white collar crime, the common culprits include business executives, elected government officials, and other influential individuals who have access to exclusive resources and awesome powers. It’s called “white collar crime” because the offenses come from wealthy individuals who wear “white collars” instead of “blue collars.” In other words, retail workers, laborers, and entry-level employees are unlikely to be involved in any white collar crimes.

Below are some of the most common legal violations that classify as “white collar crimes.”

  • Fraud
  • Wage Theft
  • Bribery
  • Ponzi Schemes
  • Insider Trading
  • Labor Racketeering
  • Embezzlement
  • Money Laundering
  • Identity Theft
  • Security Fraud
  • Mail Fraud
  • Cyber Crime
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Forgery

If you’ve been wrongfully accused of one or more of the crimes mentioned above and you want vindication, seek the help of Vindicate Law and their team of seasoned white collar criminal defense attorneys. Vindicate Law will do everything we can to protect you from the overreaching hand of our criminal justice system.

What Happens if You Are Convicted of a White Collar Crime?

If you are convicted of a white collar crime, your reputation, financial security, and social status are all at risk. Your family will suffer emotionally as well, as these offenses are not judged forgivingly by public opinion or the criminal justice system. Don’t let America’s broken criminal justice system claim another wrongful victim; seek the help of Vindicate Law’s white collar criminal defense attorneys for help building a case in your defense.

Why You Should Turn to Vindicate Law for Vindication

With almost 20 years of courtroom experience, the lawyers at Vindicate Law know exactly how to navigate complicated technicalities when handling white collar law cases in the state of Washington. Vindicate Law’s white collar crime lawyers understand how important your case is to you, which is why they are so aggressive and thorough in building you a defense. Additionally, we will speak as plainly as possible and try to avoid using complex legal jargon.

Need a White Collar Crime Attorney?

If you are ready to cement your innocence and achieve vindication, look no further than Vindicate Law for help. We’ll work with you to build a strong case and preserve your reputation, financial security, and ultimately, your family’s well-being. Are you ready to start taking your life back right now? We can help! Contact us at your earliest convenience for a confidential case evaluation from our expert white collar crime attorneys. Don’t hesitate — reach out to us today!