When It’s White Collar Crime, You Need A White Collar Crime Attorney!

Let’s get straight to the point, white collar crimes are serious, very serious. There are complete arms of the government that specialize strictly in the prosecution of these types of cases. Attorney Ryan Alexander defends people accused of white collar crimes, including business fraud, theft, robbery, larceny and securities fraud. Small businesses, professionals and even attorneys need to be on guard from employee actions and from customers and clients who come back with allegations against them.  With the weak economy, many people are demanding refunds for products and services and trying to have the government be their collection agency by merely alleging fraud or theft.

Have you or a loved one been charged with a white collar crime ?

White Collar Crimes

In nearly all cases, white collar crimes may be prosecuted on the federal level rather than the state level and that means you will need an attorney who has experience defending in federal courts. Attorney Ryan Alexander has the skills and experience necessary to investigate the charges against you and determine the best possible defense.

Generally, white collar crimes involve money and may impact a business, government entity or an investor. Some of the more common crimes prosecuted include:

  • Real estate or mortgage fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Medicare or Medicaid Fraud
  • Insurance and Health Care Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • RICO Statutes Violations
  • Embezzlement

White Collar Defense

My background as a small business owner and years of experience as a transactional attorney including contracts, licensing, franchising, securities and bankruptcy give me special insight to the workings of small businesses and the obligations of businesses to their customers. Keep in mind, as a general rule, the persons facing these charges are generally professionals who have no history of criminal activity. It is fairly common for accountants, executives, lawyers, doctors and even CEOs to face these charges. The penalties can be severe including long jail sentences, loss of professional licensing, steep fines and restitution. You must work with a white collar crimes attorney in Las Vegas, Nevada immediately, even if you do not believe you have done anything wrong.



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​In general, these crimes are prosecuted aggressively and if you should discover you are under investigation, it is important to contact a white collar crimes attorney in the Las Vegas Valley as quickly as possible. Investigations typically include reviewing your digital footprint. Those include emails, social media sites as well as your personal banking history and finances. These investigations can go on for months or even years at a time and during this time, you will be forced to work under a blanket of suspicion. The sooner you reach out to us for assistance, the more likely you are to keep your professional reputation intact.

White collar crimes tend to be very complex. Our clients are best served when they engage us early in a criminal investigation. Contact us at (702) 868-3311 to schedule your free consultation with our Las Vegas white collar crime lawyer.

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