Based in Salt Lake City, Intermountain Legal provides effective, intelligent defense counsel to Utah individuals and businesses accused of white collar crimes, such as embezzlement, identity theft, and securities fraud.
White Collar Criminal Offenses
Local and national regulatory agencies increasingly monitor financial transactions conducted by businesses and individuals alike. Even unintentional discrepancies or recordkeeping oversights can lead to a government investigation and white collar criminal charges. Many different types of offenses fall under the umbrella of white collar crime, including but not limited to:
- Identity theft
- Check fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Internet fraud, or phishing
- Investor fraud
- Securities fraud and insider trading
- Stock broker violations, churning, and mutual fund fraud
- Business capital schemes and fraudulent shareholder offerings
- Ponzi schemes
- Mortgage and bank loan fraud
- Health care fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Social security fraud
- Welfare fraud
- Tax evasion
If you have been charged with any type of white-collar crime, it is imperative to talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Conviction can result in serious consequences, and with many financial crimes, the prosecutor may also seek enhanced penalties, which can in turn prevent you from procuring employment in the future. Even if you have not been officially charged, it is never too early to hire an attorney to protect your rights and interests. Chances are you are already under investigation for some offense, and in need of legal assistance, if you have been asked to answer any questions about a financial transaction, investment, or business shareholder agreement.
Seek Experienced, Effective Defense Representation
White collar criminal charges almost always involve complex financial details, requiring a thorough knowledge of not only applicable laws and regulations but also the ability to understand complicated transactions. Our attorneys in Salt Lake City possess the skill and aptitude to investigate and prepare the strongest case possible for your defense. If you are under investigation by the Attorney General, or have been charged with a white collar crime, contact Intermountain Legal today for a consultation.