Facing criminal prosecution for a white-collar crime can be a terrifying experience, especially if your case is being handled in the federal courts. McShane & McShane Law Firm, P.A. provides clients accused of committing many different types of white-collar crimes with competent and personalized counsel. Our dedicated legal team relies on innovative methods to protect your rights and to develop a strategy to refute the prosecution’s case. As a former prosecutor, attorney Neil T. McShane knows exactly how white-collar crimes are prosecuted.
Generally, a white-collar crime is an offense that occurs in the business sector. Most white-collar crimes involve some level of deceit or fraud to acquire assets or property of value. Depending on the circumstances of your case and the exact crime you are accused of committing, your case in Orlando may be handled on the state or federal level. Some examples of white-collar crimes that criminal defense attorney Neal T. McShane has handled in the past include:
In Florida, the crime of embezzlement is punishable as a misdemeanor or felony based on the amount of money stolen. People who are entrusted to look after funds or items of value and then take some or all of the goods or money they are tasked with guarding commit embezzlement. If you embezzle between $100 and $300, you’re facing first-degree misdemeanor charges. However, if the amount you are accused of embezzling is more than $300 but less than $20,000 or you embezzle the following types of property, you may be charged with a felony in the third degree:
White-collar crime cases are often investigated for weeks, months and longer before arrests are made. If you believe you are a suspect in a fraud case, contact us at McShane & McShane Law Firm, P.A. online or call 407-648-1500 to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at our firm. Se habla español.