Raleigh, Wake County White-Collar Crimes Lawyer

A white-collar crime is defined as a non-violent crime that is committed in the effort to illegally secure another party’s money or property. While white-collar crimes are typically thought to be committed by professionals who don’t have the appearance of a street criminal, they can be committed by any individual.

Types of White-Collar Crimes

Common types of white-collar crimes include:

  • Bribery, blackmail or extortion
  • Computer and Internet crimes
  • Copyright infringement
  • Embezzlement
  • Forgery or counterfeiting
  • Fraud (including bait and switch schemes, Ponzi schemes, insurance fraud, etc.)
  • Identity theft (this is one of the fastest-growing white collar crimes in modern times)
  • Insider trading
  • Money laundering

White-collar crimes can result in severe penalties, including loss of career. As a result, it is important to hire a criminal defense attorney who has experience handling these specific types of cases. Curtis R. High, Attorney at Law  has the knowledge and skill necessary to handle even the most complex cases.

Defending Yourself

Most individuals who are charged with a white-collar crime do not have experience with the criminal system. It is a scary experience, especially when you are not familiar with what to expect. Because the potential consequences are so severe and can affect a person’s life forever, it is important to take charge of your future by consulting with an experienced defense attorney right away.

Mr. High is dedicated to fighting for his clients’ rights, despite the circumstances. He will give your case the individual attention it deserves and will carefully examine every shred of evidence. His vast legal knowledge, along with his superior skills, professionalism and high ethical standards, make him a well respected criminal defense attorney who consistently provides his clients with top-of-the-line legal services.

Schedule Your Case Evaluation Today

If you or a loved one has been arrested for or is under the suspicion of committing a white collar crime, you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible. White collar crimes carry heavy sentences that can change your life forever. Wake County white collar crimes attorney Curtis R. High has the experience, the skills and the resources you need. To schedule a review of your case, contact our office today.