Buffalo White Collar Crimes Attorney
The Rossi Law Firm Can Assert Your Rights
Have you been charged with a "white collar crime?" This slang
term is used to define offenses that are non-violent, but financially
motivated. They are usually tried using extensive paper trails as evidence
and often allege that the crimes were continuous and systematic. Defending
against these allegations requires counsel that is vigilant, exacting,
and committed to defending the future and reputation of the accused.
The Rossi Law Firm, our legal team is well-acquainted with this branch of criminal law and
how it has changed and matured with the rise of the Internet and electronic
transactions. Not only do we work tirelessly to counter the prosecution's
evidence in these cases, but will also collaborate with experts as needed
to ensure that every viable defense strategy is thoroughly explored on
our clients' behalf.
Do not face these allegations without aggressive and capable defense counsel
by your side. Contact our firm today to request a
free case evaluation.
What are "white collar crimes?"
The term "white collar crime" comes from the association that
these criminal offenses originally had with corporate America. However,
technology has now largely democratized the financial capabilities of
the public and small businesses, partnerships, and even individuals are
regularly charged with these offenses.
The following offenses are considered white collar crimes:
- Identity theft
- Tax evasion
- Bank fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Money laundering
These are just a few of many charges that can be considered a "white
collar" offense. No matter what the size or scope of your criminal
charge is, however, The Rossi Law Firm has the diligence and resources
to mount a robust defense on your behalf. Our knowledgeable Buffalo white
collar crimes attorney can ensure the prosecution's case vigorously
examined and that your rights and interests remain a priority throughout
the legal process.
Call our team at 716.951.5040 to start exploring your defense options today.