Phoenix White Collar Crimes Attorney

White-collar and theft crimes can result in significant penalties for the person facing charges. Properly defending these cases can be complicated, but a skilled Phoenix white collar crimes attorney will be ready to step up on your behalf.

At the Younglove Law Firm, we have the experience you need to stand up to a wide range of charges, including theft, bribery, identity theft, embezzlement, securities fraud, internet fraud, and more. Call us today so we can get to work formulating your defense.

Choose the Younglove Law Firm for help with your case

When you are facing theft or white-collar crime charges, you need to turn to a skilled criminal defense attorney immediately. At the Younglove Law Firm, we are here to help you through this.

  • Our team is ready to defend you against white-collar crime charges in state or federal court.
  • As a former prosecutor, Attorney Younglove understands how the prosecution will approach these cases and will create a custom-tailored strategy on your behalf.
  • Our firm has extensive courtroom experience and has participated in more than 100 jury trials.

How will an attorney help a white-collar crime or theft case?

Theft and white-collar crimes can be challenging to defend, which is why you should not try to handle these cases without assistance from a skilled Phoenix white collar crimes attorney. An attorney can use their resources and legal expertise to:

  • Obtain and analyze all evidence being used against you by law enforcement officials and prosecutors.
  • Work with trusted forensic computer and accounting experts to analyze the evidence against you and obtain additional evidence that can be used on your behalf.
  • Communicate with prosecutors and negotiate possible plea deals if one is warranted based on the evidence.
  • Fully prepare your case to be heard in front of a jury trial to defend your rights in court.

Penalties for various white-collar or theft crimes

The crime of theft is discussed in Arizona Revised Statutes Title 13 Criminal Code § 13-1801. This is the general theft statue for the state, and should not be confused with robbery or burglary. This statute is defined as:

  • Controlling somebody else’s property with the intention to deprive them of the property.
  • Obtaining property or services by making a misrepresentation with the intention to deprive someone of their services or property.
  • Controlling property that is known to be stolen.

The penalties associated with theft charges in Phoenix will vary depending on the value of the property stolen. These charges can range from Class 1 misdemeanors to Class 2 felonies.

White-collar crimes are typically associated with non-violent crimes involving deception, manipulation, or concealment committed by a public official or business person. Some of the most common white-collar crimes that our attorneys help clients defend include the following:

  • Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Extortion
  • Larceny
  • Racketeering
  • Price fixing
  • Tax evasion
  • Money laundry

These crimes often result in either state or federal charges for an individual, and convictions can lead to significant fines, jail or prison time, and restitution ordered to the victims.

Contact our attorneys for a confidential consultation of your case

If you or somebody you care about has been charged with a white-collar criminal offense or theft, speak to an attorney as soon as possible. At the Younglove Law Firm, we understand the seriousness of these charges, and we will begin formulating your defense immediately. When you need a Phoenix white collar-crimes defense attorney, you can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.