Long Island White-Collar Crimes Investigations and Defense
White-collar crimes are usually non-violent in nature and involve offenses against businesses, municipalities or individuals, most often for economic gain. Typical offenses include (but are not limited to) bribery, official misconduct, larceny, insurance fraud, forgery, frauds, computer crimes or coercion. Often these matters involve Ponzi schemes or systematic plans to defraud others. It is likely that prosecutors have utilized wire taps, search warrants or forensic accountings in the discovery of this of crime.
Call 631-588-4000 for an initial consultation with an experienced attorney or contact us by e-mail for more information about our services.
White-collar criminal investigations
Usually, suspects and those under investigation will be under surveillance for a significant period of time before they are arrested or accused of a crime. If you believe that you are under investigation, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. The legal team at Farr & Bass, Attorneys at Law will provide you with the information you need to aggressively defend your rights and minimize charges or penalties in your case. We will collect all necessary evidence to challenge the allegations against you and defeat your charges.
We are experienced with white-collar crimes involving:
- Stock fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Pension fraud
- Internet crimes
- Public corruption
- Wire fraud
- Mail fraud
- Criminal impersonation (fake IDs or identity theft, for example)
- Bank fraud
Protecting your rights and your reputation
Our attorneys know that a white-collar investigation, allegation or charge can affect your rights, your family, and your reputation. This is particularly true if the allegations involve your personal business or your career. We will handle your case discreetly all the while taking every necessary step to defeat charges or minimize penalties in your case. If you have been charged with a white-collar crime it is important that you contact an attorney to represent you. We offer experienced, strategic advocacy and have been successful representing clients charged with white-collar crimes.
Call 631-588-4000 or contact us by e-mail to discuss your case with an experienced Bohemia, Suffolk County, New York lawyer.
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