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White Collar Crime Attorneys

When it comes to white collar crime, not all legal representation is the same.

If you are under investigation, have been charged or are a witness in a white collar crime case in upstate New York, you need an attorney with particular expertise. White-collar criminal charges are serious. Corporate officers, physicians, accountants, office staff and business owners who are involved in an investigation require representation from a skilled attorney. White collar crimes are complex; charges may be filed in federal court, where they have their own rules of evidence and sentencing guidelines.

Experienced Defense For White Collar Crimes

Our professional attorneys will sort through voluminous amounts of evidence, interview witnesses, review complex financial information and aggressively defend clients against any number of white collar crimes:

  • Bank fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare/Medicaid fraud
  • No-fault insurance fraud
  • Perjury
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Bribery
  • Money laundering
  • Credit card fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Extortion
  • Forgery
  • Identity theft
  • Racketeering/RICO
  • Securities fraud
  • Tax evasion/tax fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Wire fraud

State And Federal White Collar Criminal Defense

Our attorneys have experience planning strategic defenses to combat the tactics of prosecutors. You may be faced with several steps in your case, from jury trials, federal sentencing hearings, criminal appeals, and corporate and company investigations to preindictment government inquiries (including federal grand jury investigations, appearances and subpoena responses), post-indictment trial preparation, and negotiation of immunity agreements and plea agreements.

Contact Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC, at 518-328-4486 for a free consultation and learn how our attorneys will work to achieve a successful outcome to your unique case.