White Collar Crimes
Knowledgeable White Collar Crimes Defense Lawyers Serving Pittsburgh
The conviction of a white collar crime will not only land you in prison for some time, but it will also result in lasting consequences that will affect your ability to get a job in the future. It will ruin your reputation and place a permanent stain on your criminal record. With so much at stake, you want to ensure you turn to a knowledgeable defense lawyer who can properly handle all aspects of your white collar crimes defense.
Skillfully Addressing Embezzlement Charges
The term “embezzlement” covers several types of financial theft perpetrated by individuals in a position of trust. This most often arises in situations where employees of an organization siphon off funds into personal accounts. It can also occur with individuals who have fiduciary duties to nonprofit organizations and trust accounts.
Pennsylvania specifically calls out a handful of situations that count as embezzlement:
- Theft by extortion
- Theft by deception
- Theft of services
If you find yourself facing embezzlement charges in Pennsylvania, take immediate action to protect your rights and your future. Do not speak to law enforcements officials except to request an attorney. Then hire a lawyer you trust to put your best interests at the forefront at all times.
Adeptly Defending Clients Against All White Collar Crimes
In addition to embezzlement, our criminal defense attorneys represent individuals facing a variety of white collar crimes:
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax fraud and tax evasion
- Federal fraud
- Bank fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Real estate fraud
- Mail and wire fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Identity theft
Why Choose DRK Lawyers to Defend You?
We have decades of combined experience working on both sides of the courtroom. The insight we gained working as prosecutors and the years we have worked side-by-side with defendants gives us comprehensive knowledge of the criminal justice system. We know what it takes to craft a winning defense strategy. Turn to us to put this knowledge to use in the defense of your white collar crimes charges.