Lying, cheating, stealing - these are a few of the words that come to mind when someone mentions white collar crime. The term white collar crime was coined around 1939 and is used to describe a wide number of different types of fraud.
You can be arrested and criminally charged in these cases, even if you had no direct knowledge of a crime. Should you face such an arrest or charge for a white collar crime, hiring an attorney is essential part of proving your case. White collar crimes carry serious penalties when handled incorrectly; get the help you need today!
Don't rely on the fact that you know you're innocent. Even innocent people can be arrested and charged with crimes. Call attorney David Hamel at Hamel Law Firm today to get the representation you need.