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Tampa White Collar Crimes / Fraud Lawyer

White collar crimes are classified as non-violent acts involving deception, typically committed by a business professional or a public official. A white collar crime usually involves evidence concerning a "paper trial" which is evidence that investigators use to prosecute the case. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, contact Joe Caimano without delay so he can help you defend your rights.

Types of White Collar Crimes

  • Embezzlement
  • Antitrust violations
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Counterfeiting
  • Credit card fraud
  • Economic espionage
  • Financial fraud
  • Government fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Insider trading
  • Insurance fraud
  • Larceny
  • Bribery
  • Price Fixing
  • Computer Fraud
  • Environmental Law Violations
  • Perjury
  • Kickbacks
  • Money laundering
  • Public corruption
  • Securities fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Racketeering
  • Extortion
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Securities and Commodities Law Violations
  • Real Estate Fraud
  • Telephone/Telemarketing fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Forgery
  • Cellular phone fraud
  • Blackmailing
  • Welfare fraud
  • Weights and Measures
  • Examination of White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes may be prosecuted at state or federal levels, depending on where a state or federal law is broken. Usually if convicted, the crimes will result in jail time, large fines, and restitution to the victims of the crime. If people are victimized by the crime, it is in the best interest of that person to hire a knowledgeable attorney at once to recover any money that was lost.

Punishments for white collar crimes vary depending on the severity of the crime. In most cases, a monetary fine, prison sentence or a combination of the two will be given. Defendants without a criminal record may only be sentenced to probation or receive a jail sentence that is short. There may also be fines and in the most severe case, properties may be taken away.