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White collar charges can have serious penalties

When you hold a position of responsibility within an organization, it is vital to keep your record clean. A blemish on your reputation or a mistake made on the job can be a big problem and could result in you being suspended from your position. This is especially the case if you are charged with a crime of some form as many companies may consider you to be less reliable if they believe you to have a criminal background.

Furthermore, certain offenses may involve the company itself and could be considered to be a breach of trust and an abuse of power. For example, if you are found to have stolen company funds or to have used the organization to cover up criminal activity, you could find yourself accused of committing a white collar offense. This is generally a financially motivated crime within a business or commercial setting.

As this article on criminal defense mentions, both federal and state laws can come into play during a white collar crime case. This can mean that these charges may be particularly complex to handle and structuring your defense effectively may be challenging without sufficient knowledge of the legislation and criminal process involved.

Fortunately, an attorney may be able to help you with this as he or she can weigh up the details of your case and explain the potential consequences of the allegations you face. Your attorney may also be able to assist you with negotiating a plea deal or challenging the evidence against you. With this guidance, you can begin to prepare for your trial and work toward ensuring that the court hears your side of the story as you aim to protect your reputation and your future.


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