Protecting Your Rights

If you or your loved one has been charged with a white collar crime, you can expect invasive investigations, aggressive prosecution and harsh penalties if convicted. Often prosecuted as federal offenses, white collar crimes are a high priority for local and federal law enforcement agencies. In fact, it is not uncommon for prosecutors to work in collaboration with several federal agencies to strengthen their case and the extent of their resources. As such, ensuring that you have an experienced, capable and unyielding advocate on your side of the courtroom should be your first priority.

Types of Offenses

Characterized as non-violent, financially motivated offenses, white collar crimes earned their name for their association with white collar professionals and businesses. Common charges can include:

  • Embezzlement
  • Tax fraud or tax evasion
  • Money laundering
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Extortion
  • Insider trading
  • Securities fraud

Although criminal penalties can vary considerably from case to case, you can expect large fines, incarceration in state or federal prison, or both. As difficult as facing allegations can be, convictions can completely devastate a person’s personal and professional reputation, as well as severely limit their freedom and social mobility in the future. Fully aware of the high stakes involved in white collar crime cases, I work diligently to protect your rights, your freedom and your future.

Experience on Your Side – Contact a San Jose White Collar Crimes Lawyer Today

Having been a criminal defense attorney for nearly two decades, I am fully confident in my experience and legal abilities. Committed to justice and to devoting the highest quality representation and legal support possible, I do not err in my intention to fight aggressively on your behalf during any point in your case. White collar crimes are very serious charges that require meticulous preparation and relentless advocacy in and outside of the courtroom. If you or your loved one is facing a white collar crime charge, contact Edward N. Ajlouny, Attorney at Law today.