White Collar Crimes Could Jeopardize Your Future – We Can Help

If you are facing white collar crime charges or think you are under investigation for this type of crime, you would be wise not to underestimate the serious nature of your situation. Despite the fact that white collar crimes do not involve physical harm to another person, a conviction can bring penalties that could alter the course of your life.

We help North Carolina residents facing any type of white collar charges. Many of these crimes are federal-level offenses, which means the penalties are steep and the stakes are high. Besen Law can provide the knowledgeable guidance necessary to appropriately defend you against these charges. We understand how these cases work and we know the law — let us put our experience to work for you.

The Aggressive Legal Ally You Need

White collar crime is a term used to describe certain types of criminal behavior committed with the intent of financial gain. This often happens through theft of information, deception or coercion. If you are facing white collar crime charges, you could be accused of any of the following:

  • Various types of fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Laundering of funds
  • Tax evasion
  • Identity theft

White collar crimes are complex, and because they often take place online, these cases can be difficult to investigate and prosecute. It is important to protect your interests from the beginning, even if you are only under investigation. With years of experience as a law enforcement officer and an extensive record of success as a defense lawyer, our lead attorney, Ted J. Besen, can help.

The penalties for white collar crime range from steep fines to time behind bars, as well as additional consequences such as loss of career or personal reputation. Mr. Besen will employ his resources and experience to tenaciously defend your interests, working to help you avoid a conviction and mitigate potential penalties.

Our Goal Is A Positive Outcome For You

You can start your defense by calling our Asheville office at 828-209-8452 or completing the online contact form to schedule your appointment. We offer free initial case consultations.