Long Island White Collar Crime Attorney

Get Experienced Defense For Your Felony Charges

Some of the most serious federal offenses that a person can be charged with committing are white collar crimes. These crimes are also known as economic crimes because they affect the economic condition of a person, a business, or the government.

Some of the most common white collar crimes include, but are not limited to:

All of the crimes listed above involve one person taking unlawful advantage of another person or entity's assets or property for their own benefit. As a result, most of these crimes are treated as felonious forms of larceny and theft.

White Collar Crimes Are Federal Crimes

Penalties for white collar crimes can be quite severe, especially because they are federal crimes. This means that you will be investigated by federal agencies, instead of local police. These agencies may include:

If convicted of a white collar crime, you could be charged with hefty fines and face a lengthy sentence in federal prison. With so much at stake, you need a Long Island criminal defense attorney with the experience and determination to fight your charges.

Think you may be under investigation for a white collar crime?

If you've been contacted by a federal agency or received a subpoena to produce your business records, then you are probably under investigation for a white collar crime.

Do not take chances when it comes to your defense. If convicted of a white collar crime, you will suffer damage to your reputation and career as well as to your criminal record. The Law Offices of Scott Gross, P.C. can handle your case skillfully to have your charges reduced or dropped or your case dismissed. Attorney Scott Gross is a former prosecutor who can anticipate the prosecution's next moves.

Get In Touch With An Experienced Defense Attorney Now

Contact our firm as soon as possible to discuss your case directly with a Long Island white collar crime attorney. We offer a free case evaluation so that you can have confidence in your choice of a criminal lawyer.