White collar crime can mean many things

On Behalf of | Sep 8, 2016 | White Collar Crime

Whether in Florida, or elsewhere throughout the nation, being charged with criminal wrongdoing can have immediate consequences, even while one is still presumed innocent. The term, “white collar crime” refers to many different types of unlawful activities, but is typically defined as non-violent offenses perpetrated for financial gain. Such crimes may include, but are not limited to, electronic wire fraud, tax evasion or identity theft.

It is understandable that being charged with a crime may cause one to feel embarrassed and emotionally stressed. A defendant often wonders what will happen in court, or how the situation will affect family members, employment status or personal reputation. By retaining the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer, many fears and worries can be alleviated through sound counsel and guidance.

Frank A. Rubino, Esq., has come to the aid of many who have been under investigation at the state or federal level, as well as others who were formally charged with white collar offenses. His 30-plus years of experience provides keen understanding as to the serious ramifications such situations can have on a person’s private and business affairs. He has successfully defended many high profile clients and is dedicated to helping every client obtain as successful an outcome as possible in court.

Whether your particular white collar crime situation involves public corruption, money laundering or Ponzi schemes, your best bet may be to secure the strongest defense assistance available before your case goes to trial. Your image and your professional future may hinge upon skilled and aggressive defense. If you would like to discuss your case, you may do so by calling the Florida office of Frank A. Rubino, Esq., to request a meeting.

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