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Proven Fraud And White Collar Crime Defense

Non-violent acts involving deception, typically known as white collar crimes, are commonly committed by a public official or person of business. It’s the profile of these regular offenders that helped coin the term “white collar,” as opposed to blue collar. Signs of a white collar crime normally involve a trail of evidence known as a “paper trail” that investigators use for prosecution of the case. These include bank statements and other forms of documentation. If you’ve been accused of one of the following crimes, contact the Tallahassee white collar crime lawyers at Jansen & Davis, P.A.

There are many different types of white collar crimes we can assist you with, including:

  • Bribery – occurs when someone gives or takes a bribe
  • Embezzlement – the taking of someone’s property by a person with whom it is entrusted
  • Extortion – also known as blackmail
  • Fraud involved with intentional deception, usually financially motivated
  • Larceny – involves taking someone’s property without paying for or returning it
  • Price fixing – a violation of free market policies wherein two parties agree to set a price for a certain product or service for the purposes of mutual gain
  • Racketeering – the extortion of money by force or a pattern of criminal activity committed to further interests of a criminal syndicate

Theft, Regulatory Offenses, And Public Administration Crimes In Florida

White collar crimes can be further broken down into three typologies: theft crimes, crimes against public administration, and regulatory offenses. White collar crime is considered a form of theft when it involves things like embezzlement, which is stealing a business’ money for one’s own purposes.

White collar crime can be a regulatory offense, say, when a broker violates a securities law that results in investors losing money, such as unfair trade practices. White collar crime can also be a crime against public administration when they fall under the umbrella of perjury or offering bribes.

If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime in Florida, contact the Tallahassee criminal defense lawyers at Jansen & Davis, P.A. for a free consultation. Call 850-641-8739 to speak to a member of our team.