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Los Angeles White Collar Crimes Attorney

Criminal Lawyers Defending State or Federal Charges

Eisner Gorin LLP has over 50 years of combined experience with criminal law. Each partner spent years working in the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, giving the firm a unique insight into how the criminal justice system pursues, investigates and prosecutes white collar crimes. As the federal and state governments have taken a closer look at such crimes as embezzlement, fraud and Ponzi schemes, it has become increasingly important for people charged with these crimes to have a qualified lawyer at their side.

What is a White Collar Crime?

White collar crimes as given that term because the people who commit and prosecute the crimes have "white collars." This includes executives, directors, managers, etc. And those law enforcement officials who pursue white collar crimes include the FBI, Secret Service, IRS, SEC and district attorneys. The penalties for such criminal activity have gone up over the years as the media has given closer attention to such high profile cases as Bernie Madoff, Allen Sanford and others. Even Martha Stewart spent time in prison for taking part in an insider trading crime. For someone who is reportedly worth hundreds of millions to go to jail, it means that anyone investigated for such a crime must take it seriously.

Types of White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes include: money laundering, conspiracy, pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes, counterfeiting, embezzlement, fraud, tax evasion, RICO, extortion, computer crimes, Internet crimes, forgery, bribery and bankruptcy fraud. Each of these crimes can be prosecuted on the state or federal level and can bring years in prison, heavy fines, intense media scrutiny and more. Many people can even watch as their careers are ruined by such investigations. The penalties for these crimes include prison time, fines, restitution, community service, probation and parole. For an executive who depends upon his or her reputation in order to succeed in their chosen profession, any bad press, arrest or conviction could be the end of even the most celebrated career.

Contact a Top-Rated Law Firm for Immediate Assistance

People who are repeat offenders or who face numerous charges could face decades in jail. For example, an Internet crime or financial fraud charge could be accompanied by a wire fraud charge as well which could bring increased penalties. For years, our skilled attorneys have successfully defended clients against white collar crimes. Anyone charged with, arrested for or investigated for such crimes should contact our lawyers immediately to begin work on their defense.

Our law firm is prepared to build a strong legal defense on your behalf. A felony criminal conviction can be a life-changing event. Whether you are currently under investigation or have already been arested, we can help you. You need a defense lawyer on your side who will aggressively fight for your legal rights and freedom. We have a tremendous track record of success over our decades of criminal law practice. We can handle white collar cases no matter how complex. Call us for a free case review, 24 hours a day, at 877-781-1570.