White-Collar Crimes Attorney in Colorado Springs
Over a Decade of Successful Results in Colorado
Are you under investigation for a white-collar crime? Obtaining qualified legal representation early is essential to limiting the adverse effects of such criminal charges on your business and reputation.
We build effective defense strategies for all types of white-collar crimes, including:
- Corporate fraud
- Ponzi schemes
- Bankruptcy fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Identity theft
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
Understanding Fraud Charges
There are several types of offenses that can be categorized as fraud – but what is fraud? Fraud occurs when an individual or organization intentionally provides untrue information for the sake of gaining an unfair benefit for themselves, and which leads to another suffering loss of money or property due to relying and acting upon the falsified information.
The Penalties for White Collar Crimes in Colorado
The punishment for fraud and white-collar crimes is dependent on several factors. These include the nature and value of the property involved, the defendant’s relationship to the victim, and whether the offender had a fiduciary duty to the harmed party.
When charged as a misdemeanor, the offense can result in a maximum fine of $5,000 and up to 18 months in jail. Felonious white-collar crimes are punished more severely. Potential penalties for a felony include a fine of up to $1,000,000 and a maximum jail sentence of 24 years in prison.
Get an Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer on Your Side
No matter what type of fraud you are being accused of, Gaddis Law is here to help. Our Colorado Springs white-collar crimes attorney is prepared to do whatever it takes to get your charges reduced or dismissed altogether and keep your reputation intact.
If you have been accused of fraud in Colorado, contact us today at (719) 553-5766 for a free consultation.
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