White Collar Crime Attorney in Daytona Beach

Have You Been Arrested for a White Collar Crime?

A white collar crime refers to a non-violent crime of fraud or deception, such as credit card fraud, extortion, bank fraud, welfare fraud, and embezzlement. Some white collar crimes are extremely sophisticated and use intricate schemes to illegally take possession of another person's property.

If you have been charged with a white collar crime, immediately contact a Daytona Beach criminal defense attorney for sound legal advice regarding your situation. A competent lawyer can review your case and explain your legal options as well as possible defense strategies.

Buckmaster & Ellzey is an experienced criminal defense firm that can provide the qualified representation needed in a white collar crime case. We know how prosecutors will build their case against you, and the tactics they will use if there is a trial. Our firm will quickly get to work looking for flaws in police procedures and other aspects of the case that can be used to reduce your charges, or result in a case dismissal or acquittal.

Daytona Beach White Collar Crime Lawyer

A white collar crime can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony depending on the circumstances of the case, such as the amount of property taken, the value of the property, the number of people involved in the crime, and the defendant's criminal history. Many white collar offenses are also federal crimes.

Types of white collar crimes include:

  • Social security fraud
  • Welfare fraud
  • Workers' compensation fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Money laundering
  • Forgery
  • Securities fraud
  • Extortion
  • Perjury
  • Bribery

A conviction in a white collar crime case can result in imprisonment, fines and restitution. Our firm will aggressively defend your rights and competently challenge the prosecution's evidence. We have many years' experience in successfully representing clients in Daytona Beach.

Contact a Daytona Beach white collar crime attorney for skilled legal counsel and reliable representation if you have been charged with a white collar crime.