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Dealing with white collar crime accusations in New City

| May 15, 2015 | Criminal Defense |

Running a successful business can be hard work, but it can also be a part of the American dream for many in New City, New York. When allegations of white-collar crimes surface, claiming a person committed computer fraud, embezzlement financial crime or business crime, a person’s very livelihood could be put at risk. While such allegations can have an immediate effect on a person’s life, the future ramifications could be disastrous.

White-collar crimes, like any other type of crime, can come with severe consequences if a person is convicted. The person may be required to pay both fines and restitution, leaving that person financially drained. In addition, that person may have strict parole conditions that they must follow, making it difficult to go about their daily business. In addition, the damage to one’s professional reputation could be ruinous.

The attorneys at the law firm of Braunfotel & Frendel LLC have nearly three decades of experience in dealing with accusations of white-collar crimes. When it comes to defending against charges of white-collar crimes, it is important to thoroughly examine the facts of each case, including the accused’s arrest. Investigators may help in this endeavor.

No one wants to face the penalties that come with a conviction of a white-collar crime. Therefore, it is important to seek to have one’s case dismissed, or at least to have the charges against one reduced. Litigation with the aid of experienced criminal defense attorneys can be key in situations like these. The law firm of Braunfotel & Frendel LLC has a website that may provide citizens of New City with more information about white-collar crimes.

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