OC White Collar Crimes Attorney
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White collar crimes are defined as illegal acts that are characterized
by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and which are not dependent
upon the application or threat of physical force or violence. These types
of crimes are committed by individuals and organization in order to obtain
money, property or services, or to avoid the payment or loss of money
While being accused of a white collar crime may seem harmless, a conviction
for this type of criminal activity can prove to be as severe as a
violent crime conviction. At the Law Offices of Jacqueline Goodman, we provide our clients
with 20 years of
criminal defense experience, particularly in the area of white collar crimes, with the
goal of obtaining a resolution that preserves our client's professional
position and standard of living, while also avoiding a lengthy incarceration.
Your livelihood and ability to support your family may be at stake and
you cannot afford any delay in retaining experienced legal representation.
Fill out our
case evaluation form today so that an lawyer from our criminal defense firm can begin
work on your defense.
Defending Your Career
Whether your arrest involved accusations of embezzlement, fraud,
identity theft, or an
internet crime, an Orange County criminal defense attorney from our firm could help.
We understand that your career and your professional license may be at
stake, and we will thoroughly review all the evidence against you in order
to develop an effective strategy. Don't make the mistake of speaking
with investigators without having your lawyer by your side to represent
you. If you do, you run the risk of making self-incriminating statements
that would cost you the opportunity of avoiding a conviction.
Preventing a Conviction in Orange County, CA
While many criminal defense attorneys may boast about their experience
in defending clients charged with white collar crimes, very few of them
make use of the alternatives to sentencing that are available. Our firm
has been successful at helping clients obtain verdicts that involve going
to a restitution center instead of spending time in jail or state prison.
These restitution centers are used to retrain those convicted of white
collar crimes and make restitution for the offense committed. Individuals
at these restitution centers earn a paycheck which is divided three ways
to cover restitution center expenses, repayment to the victim, and a bank
account set up for the offender following release.