If you have been accused of or arrested for a white collar crime, enlist the help of an attorney right away. In order to build an excellent defense, it is wise to have an attorney that knows how prosecutors construct their cases in order to have the best possible preparation. At The Bianchi Law Group, LLC all of our attorneys are former prosecutors that have obtained a high level of distinction of being “certified” by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

The penalties that accompany white collar crime charges can be costly. From monetary fines to long-term jail sentences, a white collar crime can leave you with a criminal record that can ruin your personal and professional future.

What Are Some Types of Penalties for White Collar Crimes?

A white collar crime does not simply affect the accused individual. A white collar crime conviction can ruin an entire business, leaving hundreds out of jobs and many facing criminal charges of financial penalties. White collar crimes are defined as nonviolent violations of criminal laws that are executed in order to procure unlawful financial gain. White collar crimes often include tax evasion, embezzlement, money laundering, briery and more.

The penalties for white collar crimes vary from case to case, but they are taken very seriously in New Jersey courts. Monetary fines, a lengthy jail sentence and even community service can be inflicted upon an individual accused of a white collar crime. A charge of this caliber can severely negatively affect your capacity for personal and professional success. You need to schedule a consultation with a qualified white collar crimes attorney as soon as possible.

How Can a Lawyer Help?

The team of attorneys at The Bianchi Law Group, LLC are hardworking and tenacious in the courtroom. Our lawyers will leverage state and federal law as it applies to the facts of your case, and will collate and assess any applicable evidence in order to build a strong case for your defense.

Your attorney will consider “collateral consequences,” which refers to business loss, government and regulatory licensing issues, reputational and brand damage, and media relations. The Bianchi Law Group, LLC has a great deal of experience addressing these white collar consequences, which is especially beneficial for companies whose corporate officers are being investigated or charged for white collar crimes.

What Steps Should I Take Next?

If you have been accused of a white collar crime, your entire business’ reputation and future may be on the line. You have the right to work with qualified legal representation, and need a strong and skilled advocate by your side in court. The Bianchi Law Group offers a no-obligation consultation free of charge to anyone who has been accused of committing a white collar crime such as tax evasion, embezzlement, money laundering and more.

Call our Parsippany- Troy Hills office today at (862) 210-8570 to schedule a consultation with one of our white collar crime attorneys.