Typical white collar crimes include fraud, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, tax evasion, insider trading, embezzlement, computer crimes, medical fraud, identity theft, consumer fraud, forgery, and much more. Our firm has successfully represented persons charged with these types of crimes in both State and Federal court. If you have been arrested for this type of crime, it is important that you speak with an attorney immediately, to ensure nothing is missed from the beginning. If you believe that you will be or are currently being investigated for this type of crime, but have not yet been arrested, then call us right now. Law enforcement will use whatever tools they can to build the strongest case possible against you. People often believe they are smarter than the cops or can talk their way out of a situation. What they don’t realize is that the more you say, the more that can be used against you. You should never speak to any law enforcement officer that is investigating you for a crime, before first speaking with an attorney.