Rhode Island and Massachusetts White Collar Crimes Lawyer
Defending the Communities of Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, Woonsocket, Coventry, Cumberland, and South Kingstown
In recent years, federal and state regulatory and law enforcement agencies have significantly increased investigations and prosecutions of white-collar crime. But what is white-collar crime?
White-collar crimes are generally non-violent and tend to take place in a professional setting. It’s usually ordinary people, rather than career criminals, that are accused of white-collar crimes. They are often desperate for a solution for financial woes or other problems. These crimes cost taxpayers and corporations billions of dollars per year, and law enforcement in Rhode Island is cracking down.
A few examples of white-collar crimes are:
- Money Laundering
- Mail and Wire Fraud
- Internet and Computer Crimes-including Identity Theft
- Bank Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Health Care Fraud
- Securities Fraud
- Tax Evasion
If you’ve been accused of a white-collar crime, do not take it lightly. Charges for these kinds of crimes can be just as devastating as any other type of criminal charge. Those accused or convicted have the same rights and privileges as other criminal defendants. However, the investigation of a white-collar crime can drag on through months. This can put everyone, the accused, witnesses, and anyone else at risk. The sooner you contact a white-collar crime lawyer, the better.
If you have been arrested for a white-collar crime, or are preparing for a sentence as a result of a white-collar crime, contact Kilroy Law Firm. A former prosecutor, Attorney Kilroy has devoted his firm to the practice of law in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Due to his experience, he knows what’s at stake for you and will work zealously to safeguard your rights and provide you with the best possible defense.
Our experienced legal team also handles other types of criminal charges cases, including:
- Gun charges defense
- Domestic violence charges
- Sex crimes
- Parole representation and post-conviction relief
- Prison consultation services
- Drug charges
- Theft charges
- Assault and battery charges
Don’t wait to contact us until criminal charges including drug crimes have been filed against you. The sooner you contact our office, the sooner we can begin preparing a rigorous defense. To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or call or text us at (401) 855-9023.