Property and White Collar Crimes in Colorado
Denver, Colorado Property and White Collar Crime Defense Attorney
When an individual commits a crime that is financial in nature, usually in a business environment, this is termed a “white collar crime.” There are many offenses that are considered to be white collar crimes, and these are always nonviolent. However, many of them are felony offenses and may be charged federally. There has been a boost in law enforcement teams concerned with white collar crimes due to an increase in many types of fraud in recent years. In times of financial stress, the incidence of white collar crime often increases as people become short on cash.
If you have been charged with any such crime, it is a serious legal problem. It is advised that you quickly contact an experienced Colorado white collar crime defense lawyer if you have been arrested or are under investigation for such a crime.
The Steinberg Colorado Criminal Defense Law Firm
H. Michael Steinberg has over 26 years of Colorado criminal legal experience both prosecuting and defending felony white collar crimes, many of those cases considered high profile in nature. He is very familiar with both the state of Colorado’s property crime laws and those of the federal court system.
The firm takes an intelligent approach to the defense of such crimes, and draws on the experience of H. Michael’s extensive background to determine how to move forward with a defense strategy for the case. The firm can assist clients with any of the following types of white collar crime charges. This list is only representative and by no means exclusive:
- All Theft Cases
- Bank fraud
- Wire fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Internet fraud
- Computer fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Check fraud
- Identity theft
- Bankruptcy fraud
- False Information to a Pawn Broker
If you have been arrested and charged with any white collar crime, immediate action is necessary. If you know that you are under investigation for any such crime, it is time to get an attorney without delay. When under investigation, you can expect to be arrested within a short period of time, and answering questions without an attorney has serious pitfalls.
Even when you are innocent of the crime, this does not mean that you will not be arrested and charged. A criminal defense lawyer will protect your rights, advise you how to proceed, and be present during any questioning by state or federal investigators.
H. Michael is prepared to aggressively defend clients charged with white collar crimes in Colorado.