White-collar crimes are nonviolent crimes that are committed typically for financial gain. White collar crimes include fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, counterfeiting, bribery, blackmail, extortion, forgery, insider trading, and many more offenses that come with serious prison sentences and fines. If you or your loved one have been accused of a white collar crime or is a target of a criminal investigation, take the steps to protect your innocence and hire a criminal defense attorney. The Law Offices of Ramos & Del Cueto will work diligently and efficiently to protect your rights and to form a strong defense for your case.
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White collar crime investigations are highly involved, and in order to protect your innocence, it is important to seek the aid of a skilled criminal defense attorney quickly. The Law Offices of Ramos & Del Cueto offer a free consultation where we can give you expert advice to the proceedings of your case. Both state and federal laws apply to white collar criminal investigations which can quickly take over your life. Find the best course of action for you or your loved one and contact us today.
Insider trading is an offense monitored by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to individuals with insider information about stock market fluctuations. Insider trading is when a person takes the advantage of insider information to trade stocks and or bonds on the open market.
Fraud is a general legal term for a misrepresentation of information in a transaction in order to take advantage of another. Dishonest deals, negotiations, and contracts regarding both personal property and intangible property like investments and online documents are considered fraudulent actions. The San Antonio forgery unit handles around 12,000 cases of fraud every year and a fraud case can quickly lead to serious jail time and large fines. Fraud is considered a white-collar crime because most acts are non-violent and pertain to monetary exchange.
The San Antonio forgery unit handles around 12,000 cases of fraud every year.
Securities fraud, also known as investment fraud, occurs when some deceptive business trade of stocks, bonds, or any market commodity. Securities crimes are actions where false information was used to persuade investors to purchase or sell an option.
Bank fraud occurs when a person or persons attempt or have obtained assets or property that are owned by a bank or any financial institution. Bank fraud is not a violent offense like a robbery, but rather a scheme that uses legal documents, forgery, and other methods to seem legitimate.
Computer fraud is a misrepresented deal or transaction that occurs online through methods including phishing, social engineering, and viruses. Laws pertaining to computer fraud were put into act with the Comprehensive Crime Control Act which outlined the definitions of online white collar crime and set stiff penalties. The laws that govern computer crimes are broad and can wrongfully accuse or issue harsh penalties.
Insurance fraud pertains to any falsified action or claim to gain coverage, compensation, or payment from an insurance company. Insurance companies from auto insurance, home insurance, and healthcare all can issue insurance investigations that can quickly ruin the life of you or your loved one.
The Trademark Counterfeiting Act of 1984 made it illegal to sell, manufacture, or trade any good or services that are made to resemble a federally licensed trademark. Counterfeit goods, commonly referred to knock off products, use the branding or design of an existing good to trick customers. Using, manufacturing, or distributing counterfeit goods is a serious offense that can come with up to 15 years in prison.
Embezzlement occurs when a person intentionally takes possession of funds or goods for their own benefit through manipulating a business relationship. Embezzlement occurs when a person knowingly takes possession of property that they had legal access to either through an employer or a relationship with the owner of the property. Most embezzlement cases are not simple and the line between possession can result in a large fine or a long prison sentence.
Most embezzlement cases are not simple and the line between possession can result in a large fine or a long prison sentence.
Money laundering is going through means of hiding the source of money obtained through illegal means. Texas law states that laundering between $1,500 and $20,000 is a felony prosecution which can result in up to 2 years in jail. Money laundering is a serious offense in San Antonio, and can ruin your business.
Forgery is the falsifying or duplicating of documents, currency, or signatures typically for financial profit. Forgery laws in Texas apply to a wide variety of offenses from signing another person’s name on a check to falsifying contracts.
Bribery is the action of giving goods of monetary value in attempts to gain better or different treatment in a situation that should not have a bias. Bribery laws apply to swaying the judgment of public officials and government employees such as police officers, judges, and assessors. The attempt of a bribery is a felony punished with one or more years in prison. If you are a government official that has been accused of bribery or a person accused of giving a bribe it is important to protect your innocence during a criminal investigation with the help of a criminal defense attorney.
The attempt of a bribery is a felony punished with one or more years in prison.
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If you or your loved one is involved in a case pertaining to a white collar crime, contact the Law Offices of Ramos & Del Cueto today. We have the skills and experience that you need to get proper and thorough defense case. We offer a free consultation where we can walk you through the proceedings of your case.
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