White Collar Crimes

Generally speaking, White collar crimes involve individuals who use methods of deception and/or carefully constructed schemes that result in financial gain. Often, white collar offenses are prosecuted by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, or the United States Attorney’s Office (Federal Court).

At Mullaney & Mullaney, we aggressively defend people who have been accused of white-collar crimes involving allegations of:
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  • Corrupt Organizations
  • Wiretap Act Violations
  • Tax Fraud/Income Tax Evasion
  • Insurance Fraud:  Medicare Fraud, Worker’s Compensation Fraud
  • Identity Theft: Check Fraud, Credit Card Fraud, Forgery
  • Employee Theft: Embezzlement, Theft of Trade Secrets, Illegal Kickbacks
  • SEC Violations: Securities Fraud, Stockbroker Fraud, Insider Trading
  • Other White Collar crimes: Perjury, Extortion, Money Laundering, Bribery, Price Fixing, Immigration Violations

Prosecutors are aggressive and pursue harsh sentences for white collar crime convictions; making it very important for people accused to seek out an experienced criminal defense attorney as early as possible. Never speak to authorities before contacting a lawyer – silence cannot be used in the court of law. However, statements made to the police without the presence of a lawyer are permissible in court.

At Mullaney & Mullaney we help our clients through every step of the legal process to ensure that their constitutional and legal rights are protected.

If you are under investigation for white-collar crime, it is important to act immediately. Contact our experienced criminal defense team at (610) 584-4416. All consultations are 100% free.