“I was employed at a state corrections facility. When I got charged with Felonious Assault and Kidnapping, my job put me on unpaid leave. Greg Robey fought hard for me and the State agreed to dismiss all the felony charges against me. I am now back on the job because of the hard work of Mr. Robey.” -T.J., Cleveland, Ohio
White-collar crimes are generally committed in the business sector. Many white-collar crimes involve fraud or deceit. Contrary to popular belief, these offenses are serious and often penalized by lengthy prison sentences and costly fines. Further, certain white-collar offenses may be prosecuted on the state or federal level. The following list contains information on some of the most common white-collar crimes:
White-collar crimes are not victimless. The state and federal government make examples out of white-collar criminals on a regular basis. If you face charges for fraud, bribery or any type of business sector offense, seek help from a reputable criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible.