White Collar Crimes

Winston-Salem White Collar Crime Lawyer

The North Carolina and federal governments aggressively prosecute white collar crimes. If you are under investigation for this type of offense or already facing charges, do not wait to retain an attorney. At Beechler Tomberlin, our criminal defense lawyer has handled white collar crime cases at all court levels for decades. With his decades of experience and commitment to protecting the rights and freedoms of clients, you can turn to us confidently. Schedule a free consultation so you can discuss your situation with our Winston-Salem white collar crime lawyer. 

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What Is White Collar Crime?

White collar crimes are non-violent and typically financially motivated. Those accused of these offenses are often believed to have acted deceitfully or performed some kind of manipulation for financial gain. This type of crime is often associated with professionals with power or authority, such as company executives or government officials. 

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Types of White Collar Crimes

Common examples of white collar crime include:

  • Embezzlement: The theft or misuse of funds or assets by someone with power in an organization 
  • Money laundering: Hiding or disguising money obtained by illegal means 
  • Fraud: A broad term for deceptive practices used to obtain money or other assets, including bank, wire, and mail fraud
  • Insider trading: Buying or selling of stocks based on confidential information unavailable to the public
  • Bribery: Offering something of value in exchange for favorable treatment or to gain an unfair advantage 

Other forms of white collar crime include cybercrime, environmental crime, and tax evasion. It is important to note that what we have listed needs to be more comprehensive. White collar crime is constantly evolving, especially as technology advances. 

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The Consequences of White Collar Offenses 

All levels of government in the United States take white collar crime very seriously. The FBI has a white collar crime program that partners with government agencies to investigate potential offenses. North Carolina also investigates and prosecutes white collar crimes, such as embezzlement, credit or debit card theft, extortion, forgery, and identity theft. 

You could face significant financial penalties and imprisonment if convicted of a state or federal crime. Not only that, but a conviction can damage your reputation and cause you to lose professional licenses/associations. You may also have to navigate civil lawsuits and pay victim restitution in addition to fines. 

Turn to Beechler Tomberlin with Your Case

The stakes are high in white collar crime cases. However, we are up for the job. In fact, Attorney Christopher A. Beechler is a board-certified state and federal criminal law specialist who has handled countless cases before jury and bench trials. His insights and know-how inform all that we do on behalf of clients accused of white collar offenses.

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