White Collar Crime
According to the criminologist Edwin Sutherland, white collar crimes are those "committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation" (from White Collar Crime, 1949). Many white collar crimes are also called 'corporate crimes', crimes such as fraud and embezzlement that are easier for employees of larger corporations. In New Orleans, charges and accusations of white collar or corporate crimes are all too common. If you have been charged with or accused of one of these crimes, contact Bloom Legal today at 504.599.9997 to make sure your rights and your livelihood are defended.
Centrally located in downtown New Orleans, just blocks away from the federal courthouse, the criminal defense team at Bloom Legal is ideally situated to handle your federal white collar crime case. Whether you have been charged with a crime or believe you are being investigated, let our white collar crime attorney represent and defend you. If you are from outside of New Orleans, Bloom Legal is still prepared to craft your defense and protect your innocence. We handle criminal defense cases from across Louisiana, including
- Orleans Parish
- Gretna, Metairie, Kenner, and the rest of Jefferson Parish
- Chalmette and St. Bernard Parish
- Slidell, Covington, and St. Tammany Parish
- Des Allemands and St. Charles Parish
- LaPlace and St. John the Baptist
Wherever you are charged, Bloom Legal will work to represent and defend you in your federal white collar crime case.
White collar crimes are pursued aggressively by federal investigators. The media pays close attention to these sorts of cases. Because of this, if you are charged with or under investigation for a white collar crime in Louisiana, more than just your freedom is at stake. In addition to whatever consequences a conviction might bring, including federal prison time and permanent felony conviction on your record, a white collar crime charge can do lasting damage to your reputation. The resulting stigma can cause you to lose your job or become estranged from your family, even if you are not convicted. The white collar crime defense team at New Orleans' Bloom Legal will aggressively defend and knowledgeably represent you throughout your investigation, until the resolution of your case.
If you suspect you are under investigation for a white collar crime, contact Bloom Legal today to ensure effective and aggressive legal representation
If you are under investigation, or believe that federal officials may be building a case against you, it is imperative that you not speak to investigators or federal officials unless you have an attorney present. With the advice and representation of a Bloom Legal white collar crime attorney, you will better understand your obligations and rights when it comes to dealing with the investigators. By retaining an attorney early, you are putting yourself in the best position to avoid the serious consequences associated with white collar crime convictions
Bloom Legal is prepared to represent you if you are facing any white collar crime charge in Louisiana, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Money Laundering
- Tax Fraud / Evasion
- Wire Fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Business fraud
- Real estate fraud
- Public corruption
- Any other type of corporate or white collar crime
With its central location in downtown New Orleans, Bloom Legal will aggressively defend you throughout your investigation. We will conduct our own investigation to make sure that the government's facts are correct. A Bloom Legal white collar crime attorney will examine the government's evidence against you or your business to determine if any of it is incorrect or inadmissible. We will review documents and interview witnesses in order to craft a systematic, effective defense against your white collar crime charges.
If you are under investigation for a white collar or corporate crime, or believe that government officials may be building a case against you, contact Bloom Legal today at 504.599.9997 to schedule a free consultation.
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