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White Collar Theft

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Have you been legally accused of committing white collar theft? If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, it is essential to obtain legal counsel for help. It’s important to take your charges seriously. Don’t just hope for the best. Hire an attorney who understands your situation and the consequences you face.

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Your Defense Attorney for White Collar Theft Charges

I’m Mark A. Broughton and I’m here to fight for you. I have been a defense Attorney for 40+ years and have represented thousands of people accused of crimes. I have extensive experience representing citizens charged with White Collar Crimes such as Credit Card Fraud, Embezzlement, Insurance Fraud, and Prescription Drug Fraud, to name a few.

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What is White Collar Theft?

White-collar theft is usually financially motivated and non-violent. It is called white-collar theft because it’s usually committed by business and government professionals. They are usually committed by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust instead of violence.

Types of White Collar Theft

The most common types of white collar theft include:

  • Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Cybercrime
  • Identity theft
  • Forgery
  • Money laundering
  • Tax evasion

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Penalties for White Collar Crimes

The penalties for white collar theft vary depending on the type of theft committed. Some are more serious than others and generally the more money that was defrauded the higher the penalty.
Some of the most common penalties include:

  • Incarceration
  • High fines going into the thousands
  • Restitution to the victim
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Legal Defenses for White Collar Theft

In order to be guilty of a white-collar theft involving fraud, you have to have fraudulent intent. This legal defense works if you didn’t intend to commit fraud.

Perhaps you are the victim of mistaken identity and you were in the wrong place at the wrong time.

White collar thefts are usually well-planned and thought out. It’s possible that the person who committed the crime set it up to make it look like the defendant did it. False accusations happen very often with white collar theft.

Entrapment can be used as a legal defense if you only committed a white-collar theft because the police coerced into committing a fraudulent crime in order to catch you.

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