White Collar Crime

White Collar crimes are sometimes viewed as being less severe than other crimes, and many people are led to believe that the punishments are equally lenient. However, if you are facing charges of committing any white collar crime, it is vital that you understand the true severity of all potential punishments. White collar crimes are typically defined as crimes that being financially motivated and nonviolent, committed for monetary gain. White collar crimes include:

  • Insurance Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • ID Theft
  • Mail or Wire Fraud
  • Embezzlement (corporate and cash-drawer)
  • Check Forgery and Fraud (check washing or counterfeiting)
  • Credit Card Fraud (using a stolen credit card)

If you are facing charges for any white collar crime, contact Hewlett, Collins and Allard to ensure that you have the best criminal defense team in Wilmington on your side. We will help you navigate the complex legal process and keep you informed of all your options before, during and after your trial. If necessary, we can help you negotiate a plea bargain for white collar crimes and resolve your case quickly.