If you or a loved one have been accused of committing a white-collar crime in Virginia, you need to seek legal assistance as soon as possible. At Randall Page, P.C., our dedicated team has extensive experience handling these cases, and we are ready to help when you need a Virginia white-collar crime attorney. Our attorneys will get to work on your behalf immediately in an effort to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed so you can get back to living your life.
There are various types of crime under both state and federal law that can be considered “white-collar.” For the offenses that we will list hear that are commonly considered white-collar, we will generally find that they are deemed non-violent, but nonetheless must be taken very seriously. The following offenses are some of the types of white-collar crime that we handle:
Being accused of a white-collar crime can have a devastating impact on a person’s professional and personal life. When a person’s name has been associated with a white-collar crime, regardless of whether or not they perpetrated the offense, they may have significant difficulties recovering their reputation.
The phrase “white-collar crime” is an umbrella term that can describe any number of offenses involving dishonesty or fraud. In general, we will find that white-collar crimes will be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the severity of the crime that has allegedly been committed.
A misdemeanor white-collar offense will generally be punishable by time in county jail. In these cases, the length of the jail sentence will depend on the severity of the crime, but will typically not last more than a year. Misdemeanor white-collar crime convictions will usually also result in a person having to pay significant fines and possibly serve a probation sentence.
Felony white-collar crime in Virginia will come with much harsher penalties upon conviction. A felony white-collar conviction will likely result in a person being sentenced to federal or state prison, often for years. Additionally, a white-collar crime conviction will likely result in a person facing major fines as well as a probation requirement when the prison sentence is completed.
If you or somebody you love has been charged with a white-collar criminal offense, or if you think you are under investigation for a white-collar crime, turn to the team at Randall Page, P.C. immediately. Our criminal defense attorneys have extensive experience handling white-collar crime offenses at the state and federal level, and we are ready to step in on your behalf. Our goal is to help get these charges against you reduced or dismissed. If necessary, we can help negotiate an adequate plea deal and help reduce sentencing. When you need a Virginia white-collar crime attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or by calling 757-517-8956.