White Collar Crimes Explained

  White Collar Crimes Learn about the different types of white collar criminal offenses and the legal process in prosecuting these types of cases.   Pre-Indictment Phase Learn about the pre-indictment (target) phase of white-collar crimes and get answers to frequently asked questions about the pre-indictment phase.   Federal Trial Process Learn about the process of indictment, Read more…

White Collar Crimes – Appeal And Post-Conviction Federal Process

There are significant opportunities for obtaining redress in the appeal/post-conviction process in cases involving white collar crimes as well as other federal crimes. Generally, a notice of appeal must be filed within ten days of the entry of the sentencing order. After notice of appeal is filed, the record must be requested from the court reporter. Read more…

Tax Evasion

Many federal white-collar prosecutions are for tax crimes, such as tax evasion, failure to file income tax returns, or tax fraud. There are some special considerations to keep in mind if you are under investigation for violations of the Internal Revenue Code. In a bank fraud case, for example, the federal investigative agency is typically Read more…

Medicare-Medicaid Fraud – Crime And Punishment Q & A

Q. What is Medicare-Medicaid Fraud and what are the penalties? A. Medicare-Medicaid fraud is defined broadly as the criminal acts committed by those who seek compensation from the Medicare-Medicaid health systems through illegal means. Criminal filings and convictions against health care professionals and companies have increased dramatically in recent years. Over the past decade,  a series Read more…

Professionals – Criminal Actions And Professional Boards

Professionals Charged With Crimes  Many of the individuals prosecuted for white collar crimes hold professional licenses. White collar defense lawyers represent many types of professionals such as healthcare professionals, lawyers and real-estate professionals. If you are a professional, a felony conviction will almost certainly result in the loss of your license. At the very least your professional board will suspend Read more…

Appeals And Post Conviction Criminal Litigation – White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes – Post Conviction There are significant opportunities for obtaining redress in the appeal/post-conviction process. Generally, a notice of appeal must be filed within ten days of the entry of the sentencing order. After notice of appeal is filed, the record must be requested from the court reporter. The record includes all of Read more…