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Dallas White Collar Crime Lawyer

Representation for Financial Crimes - Call (888) 867-5191

Named for their association with business professionals and white collar workers, Sanjay Mathurwhite collar crimes refer to a group of nonviolent, financially motivated offenses that illicitly obtain funds. Commonly prosecuted as felony offenses and federal crimes, these charges pose extremely devastating criminal consequences that can ruin individuals financially, professionally, and personally.

Why Choose the Mathur Law Firm?

  • Defending the Rights of Texans Since 1999
  • Accredited by the BBB®
  • Tailored Legal Representation for Every Single Case
  • A History of Not Guilty Verdicts & Dismissed Charges

If you stand accused of any white collar crime, including any of the following, then allow a Dallas criminal defense attorney from the Mathur Law Offices, P.C., to defend against the life-changing charges you face. We have represented individuals in a wide range of white collar offenses, and are prepared to aggressively represent you all the way to a trial.

Schedule your consultation today: (888) 867-5191.

Common Types of White Collar Crimes in Dallas

  • Embezzlement: Embezzlement is one of the more common white collar crimes prosecuted in the state of Texas. It refers to any act in which an individual entrusted with assets withholds the assets for the purpose of theft. Embezzlement is commonly committed by employees and professionals who have access to other's funds.

  • Counterfeiting & Forgery: A person can be charged with forgery when they alter, make, or authenticate any writing to fraudulently obtain services or funds. There are many elements inherent to this charge, including the nature of the forgery and its intended purpose.

  • Tax Fraud: Fraud is a term that refers to a variety of charges, all of which involve intentional deception as a means with which to obtain money or services. Common examples include securities fraud, bank fraud, mail fraud, credit card fraud, and others. Although all fraud allegations are considered a serious offense, certain charges may be prosecuted as a federal crime.

  • Welfare Fraud: As our nation's economy becomes increasingly tightened, law enforcement agencies are motivated to stop those who fraudulently obtain benefits from the federal government. When a person deceives or misrepresents themselves, falsifies documents, or commits any other fraudulent act in order to obtain welfare benefits, they can be charged with a federal crime.

  • Bribery: When a person promises money or something else of value in an attempt to influence the views or decision-making of individuals or corporations. Bribery typically involves public officials or those in power.

  • Mail & Wire Fraud: This involves the usage of phone, email, mail, or other electronic means to commit fraudulent schemes, such as deceiving someone into sending you money. Some common schemes include pyramid schemes, charity scams, work-from home scams, and more.

  • Money Laundering: This refers to concealing how money was obtained, usually because it was obtained by illegal means. Money laundering can be wired through different institutions or through a business to hide its trail.

In addition to handling these white collar crimes, our legal team is equipped with the experience and legal background to successfully represent clients facing charges for Ponzi schemes, extortion, money laundering, and numerous other fraud crimes. We also possess the experience to handle these matters in federal court.

Penalties for White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes are extremely serious criminal offenses that are typically prosecuted as federal offenses, which can include harsh penalties.

A white collar crime conviction can result in:

  • Incarceration
  • Fines
  • Seizure of assets
  • Loss of professional licenses
  • A criminal record that can make finding employment difficult
  • Deportation if you are a not a US citizen

The stakes are high with white collar crime cases. If you are under investigation or have been arrested, retain legal counsel immediately.

Consult With a Qualified Dallas Defense Lawyer Today

A firm that believes in protecting the rights of clients and preserving their innocence until proven guilty, the Mathur Law Offices, P.C., is dedicated to aggressively defending those accused of white collar crimes. Allow our legal team to help protect your future.

Contact a Dallas white collar crimes lawyer by calling (888) 867-5191.

What to Expect From Mathur Law Offices, P.C.

  • A legal team with a wide breadth of legal knowledge
  • An emphasis on making your needs our top priority
  • Personalized, unwavering commitment to you
  • A team with unmatched experience and versatility
  • Compassionate and genuine service

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