White collar crimes generally involve some form of deceit to obtain financial gain. Since white collar crimes can be charged as both state and federal crimes, not only does a conviction result in a lengthy prison sentence, steep fines, and restitution, but also a criminal record that can damage professional reputations and limit future opportunities. When facing such serious criminal charges, you need an experienced lawyer who has handled complex white collar crime cases.
Attorney Martin G. Weinberg has more than four decades of experience handling hundreds of white collar crimes. He is considered one of the best nationally recognized attorneys for industry leaders, from public officials and corporate executives to health care executives and many more. Attorney Weinberg has represented clients in more than 20 federal district courts, eight U.S. Courts of Appeals, and even the U.S. Supreme Court.
The term “white collar crime” was first used in the 1930’s to describe any nonviolent crime committed by a person for unlawful financial gain, or even corporate or government officials. White collar crimes in Massachusetts and other states are handled by federal authorities and an investigation take months or years to unfold before formal charges are filed.
The following are some of white collar crimes Martin G. Weinberg, Attorney at Law handles:
Attorney Weinberg can thoroughly investigate your case, obtain and analyze evidence, and develop an aggressive and personalized defense strategy to either get your charges/penalties significantly reduced or your entire case dismissed. Let one of the nation’s most experienced and successful trial lawyers represent you immediately.
No matter what type of charge you’re facing, you can trust our Boston white collar crime lawyer to provide effective and responsive legal representation from start to finish. We are ready to help you obtain the most favorable outcome in your case.
For more information about our experienced legal services, call us today at (617) 227-3700.
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