What is White Collar Crime in Arizona?

What is White Collar Crime in Arizona?

White collar crimes are nonviolent, financially motivated crimes. These crimes can be perpetrated by individuals, businesses, other organizations, or government agents. The term “white collar crime” encompasses a vast range of potential criminal activity. A white collar crime can be one person issuing bad checks or can include vast fraud schemes against individuals, businesses, or the government.

The FBI states that white collar crimes “are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not dependent on the application or threat of physical force or violence. The motivation behind these crimes is financial—to obtain or avoid losing money, property, or services or to secure a personal or business advantage.”

White Collar Crime in Arizona

Under the Arizona Criminal Law statutes, many different types of criminal activity fall under the purview of while collar crime. The code includes broad scope chapters, with each crime delineated thereunder.

The foregoing are the broad chapters of Arizona white collar crime with only a few of the specific crimes thereunder. To review a full list of Arizona criminal law statutes visit here.

Conviction of a white collar crime can carry steep penalties, fines, and imprisonment. If you are under investigation, or have been charged with any white collar crime, we urge you to consult with a white collar criminal defense attorney immediately.

Arizona White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney

Ashley D. Adams, PLC provides aggressive, strategic representation to our clients in order to limit exposure to harsh criminal penalties. Have your questions answered and obtain the peace of mind that comes from having a former Assistant U.S. Attorney on your side.

Contact us or call now (480) 219-1366 for a case evaluation.

 

The attorneys at Ashley D. Adams, PLC handle state criminal cases throughout Arizona and federal criminal cases throughout the United States, including Arizona, Oklahoma, Utah, and California.