White Collar Crimes

Tucson White Collar Crimes Lawyer

Available 24/7 to Defend Your Rights for White Collar Charges

When facing an extensive investigation for financial crimes like fraud, forgery, embezzlement, or identity theft, it's crucial to seek legal counsel promptly. The team at Suzuki Law Offices is here to help. Delaying your defense could weaken your position, so reach out to an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as you suspect you are the target of a state or federal probe.

At Suzuki Law Offices, we possess a wealth of experience in handling the intricate legal and factual aspects of white collar crime cases. We understand the severe consequences involved, including potential prison time, hefty fines, loss of employment or professional licenses, and damage to your reputation. Our primary goal is to prevent conviction and mitigate the negative impact on your personal life and family.

Contact our Tucson white collar crimes attorneys by calling (602) 842-6762 or filling out an online form. We are available 24/7.

What is a White Collar Crime?

A white collar crime refers to non-violent offenses typically committed by individuals or organizations in professional or business settings. These crimes are often financially motivated and involve deceit, fraud, or illegal activities related to finances, commerce, or the corporate world. The term "white collar crime" was coined to contrast with "blue collar" crimes, which are typically more physical or violent in nature.

White Collar Crimes We Handle

If you have been arrested, indicted, or become aware of an investigation, contact us immediately. We provide legal representation for white collar crime defendants in the greater Phoenix area, Maricopa County, Flagstaff, Prescott, and throughout Arizona.

Our team of Tucson white collar crime lawyers is prepared to defend individuals accused of various offenses, including:

  • Fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Computer crimes
  • Identity theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Forgery
  • Passing bad checks
  • Credit card fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Racketeering (RICO)
  • Ponzi schemes

Our clients often consist of well-educated individuals in their 30s, 40s, or 50s who have had minimal involvement with the criminal justice system. The moment law enforcement or federal agents start questioning or arrive with guns, badges, and warrants, it can be an intimidating and stressful experience. We understand the fear and anxiety that arise, as you contemplate the potential consequences.

Penalties for White Collar Crimes

Penalties for white collar crimes can include fines, restitution, forfeiture of assets, probation, and imprisonment, depending on the severity of the offense and applicable laws. The consequences can also extend beyond legal repercussions, with individuals facing damage to their professional reputation, loss of employment, and the potential for civil lawsuits.

Representation for Serious Criminal Charges

In times of panic, it's important not to dig yourself into a deeper hole. Confessing or cooperating with investigators without legal counsel will not lead to leniency; in fact, it can result in more severe charges and limited legal options. Acting swiftly is crucial, so contacting Suzuki Law Offices at the earliest opportunity is essential. We will communicate with prosecutors on your behalf or guide you on what to say to minimize further harm.

If possible, we may intervene to prevent a grand jury indictment by challenging search warrants, wiretaps, informant testimonies, and other evidence that may have been illegally obtained by law enforcement. Should charges be filed against you, our lead attorney, Richard Suzuki, possesses the expertise necessary to handle these complex and document-intensive cases.

State or Federal Prosecution for White Collar Crimes?

In Arizona, white collar crimes can be prosecuted at both the state and federal levels, depending on the specific circumstances and applicable laws. Generally, state authorities handle violations of state laws, such as fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, or forgery, with prosecutions occurring in state courts.

On the other hand, federal agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) handle offenses that involve violations of federal laws, such as wire fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud, or money laundering. Federal white collar crime cases are prosecuted in federal courts.

Determining whether your case will be prosecuted at the state or federal level depends on factors like jurisdiction, the nature and impact of the alleged offense, and the involvement of federal agencies. Consulting with our white collar defense attorney in Tucson will provide you with a clearer understanding of how your specific case may be handled based on the details and applicable laws.

Available 24/7 – Call Now for a Free Initial Consultation

If you have been arrested for a white collar crime in Arizona, it is crucial to take action immediately. We offer a complimentary case consultation, allowing us to gain a better understanding of your situation. Moreover, we have Spanish-speaking staff to better serve our diverse clientele.

Contact Suzuki Law Offices without delay to speak with a dedicated Tucson white collar crimes attorney.


Client Reviews

  • "He answered all my questions free of charge and was very helpful."
  • "Richard J Suzuki is an outstanding lawyer, extremely professional and responsive. The absolute best experience, my family and I were beyond content with the overall outcome."
  • "When I got into trouble with the law I didn’t know where to turn.  Mr. O’Sullivan was immediately assigned to my case and I felt a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders."
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