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White-collar crimes are nonviolent offenses that employ fraud or deceit for financial gain. Depending on the alleged crime, you may be investigated and charged by state or federal authorities. In Ohio, the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in the Attorney General’s Office handles white-collar crimes.
Federal white-collar crimes generally carry heavier penalties than state offenses and are likely to be handled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission, Secret Service, or the criminal investigatory division (CID) of another federal department or agency.
If you believe you are under investigation for a white-collar crime, consider the following recommendations:
An experienced defense attorney can protect your rights and help you build a strong defense. For more information about developing a defense in white-collar crime cases, contact the Law Office of Gregory S. Robey today.