White Collar Crimes
Newark, New Jersey, White Collar Crime Defense Lawyer
Charges of embezzlement, tax evasion, fraud and other nonviolent financial crimes require help from a lawyer who is experienced in white collar crime defense. Conviction of a white collar crime can damage many areas of your life, including your professional reputation.
If you are being investigated for state or federal white collar crime, call defense attorney Joseph Rotella at 973-621-0333 for a free initial consultation. With early involvement, damage to your professional reputation can be minimized. Are You Under Investigation For a White Collar Crime?
As a certified criminal trial attorney, Joseph Rotella is recognized as an expert in criminal cases, including financial crimes such as embezzlement and securities fraud. He is also board certified as a criminal trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
With 27 years of criminal defense experience, Mr. Rotella has handled a broad range of cases in state and federal jurisdictions. As a result, he knows how to anticipate where your case is headed. With early involvement, the law offices of Joseph D. Rotella may be able to negotiate a reduction in the charges you face, mitigating the damage to your reputation and the punishment you may receive.
If you have reason to believe, or know that you are under suspicion of a federal white collar crime, Joseph Rotella can even arrange pre-arrest bail packages so that you can be out of legal custody as soon as possible. Often, the first 24 hours in which you or a loved one is targeted by federal authorities for arrest is the most critical period of time in which you can protect your reputation and professional credentials.
Talk to us today for help with any of the following:
- Mortgage fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Bank fraud
- Securities fraud
While technology plays an important and useful part in our daily lives, it also opens the door to greater instances of computer fraud, identity theft, bank fraud, consumer credit fraud and similar offenses.
Because Internet white collar crimes are increasing, special interest has created new and tougher laws and consequences. The penalties for federal convictions are much more Draconian than state convictions and can lead to decades of incarceration.
While the traditional idea of white collar crime such as embezzlement, Ponzi schemes, and tax evasion still exist, computers now provide a fresh adaptation to similar offenses. In addition to knowledge of money-laundering law, how to defeat an embezzlement charge, or the role of wire fraud and postal fraud in Internet prosecutions, Mr. Rotella stays current on technology and how it can be used to your advantage. Learn More:What to Do If You Are Arrested