White Collar Crimes

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White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes Attorney in Phoenix, AZ

If you’re facing charges for a white collar crime in Phoenix, you should contact our law firm immediately. Arizona views crimes of this nature as severe and may classify yours anywhere from a Class 1 Misdemeanor to a Class 2 Felony. At Charity Clark Law, our team has a history of defending white collar crimes and pursuing the best outcome for our clients. Our defense attorney offers a free consultation and spends the entire meeting taking in every detail of your case. She uses each piece of your story to craft a strategic defense and prepare for a possible trial from day one. 

It’s crucial to team up with an experienced attorney that uses even the slightest angles to create a sound argument. Otherwise, you could face large fines and years in prison. 

What are White Collar Crimes in Arizona

White collar crimes fall under a non-violent category of offenses involving deceit for economic, financial, or corporate gain. There are a range of different crimes labeled white collar, and the penalties depend on the type and the severity. Here are a few examples of the common ones we defend at Charity Clark Law: 

  • Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Fraudulent Schemes
  • State Embezzlement/Fraudulent Misappropriation
  • Healthcare Insurance and AHCCCS Fraud
  • Benefits Fraud
  • State Charges for Racketeering or Illegally Conducting an Enterprise
  • Trade Secrets Theft Allegations

Our team always leads with compassion and non-judgement. This allows us to solely focus on the circumstances of your case and how we can use key details to create a winning argument. 

Defense Strategies for White Collar Crimes

At Charity Clark Law, we create a unique defense strategy for every client based on the specifics of each situation. With that in mind, there are a few common methods we can incorporate into your custom defense. 

Some of these strategies include: 

  • Lack of Intent - The prosecutor has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you meant to commit the crime in order to reach a guilty verdict. If your attorney can prove to the jury that there was no intent to break the law, you may be able to turn the case in your favor. 
  • Entrapment - More often than not, law enforcement will “set up” the offender to commit the crime if they suspect suspicious activity. If law enforcement coerced you to commit a crime you otherwise wouldn’t have, you can argue entrapment. 
  •  Insufficiency of the Evidence - White collar crimes often involve large amounts of evidence and technical evidence.  A thorough review of this evidence can reveal flaws in the State’s case including how it gathered the evidence and the accuracy of the State’s interpretation of the evidence. 

There are also less common defense strategies you can use related to the specific evidence and charges in your case, and it’s best to work with a knowledgeable attorney to choose the best ones. Our team is here to help every step of the way. 

Work with a White Collar Crimes Attorney in Arizona

Charity Clark brings impressive case knowledge and unique defense strategies to all of her clients. Our legal team has 12+ years of felony trial experience, which comes in handy for white collar crimes and their prosecution processes. You begin working with Charity herself the moment you book a free consultation, and she takes an in-depth look at your case. Our team can provide guidance, suggestions, and a quote customized to your specific situation. We don’t do any cookie cutter processes at our firm, because we know justice isn’t one size fits all. 

Contact us today for a free 30 minute case evaluation. We serve the Maricopa County areas, including Phoenix, Mesa, and Tempe. 

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. The Charity Clark Law team is licensed to practice law in Arizona. We invite you to contact us, but please be aware that contacting us does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until an attorney-client relationship has been established.

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