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Aubrey Webb Knows White-Collar Crime

Aubrey is an expert in Appeals (both State and Federal) and Family Law, too.

Some of the White-Collar Crimes Aubrey Can Defend Against

Embezzlement; money laundering; bribery and extortion; forgery; price fixing; racketeering; identity theft; securities and commodities law violations; bank and insurance fraud; credit card fraud; insider trading; tax evasion; health care fraud; and public assistance fraud

Aubrey Knows White-Collar Crime

White-collar crime is a financially motivated, nonviolent crime committed for illegal monetary gain. Such crimes typically encompass traditional notions of deceit, deception, concealment, manipulation, breach of trust, subterfuge, or illegal circumvention. White-collar crimes are generally serious and complex, and are prosecuted in both state and federal court. Being accused of a white-collar crime can have life-altering consequences, ruining your good name, putting into question your character and integrity. If you have been accused of a white-collar crime, you will need an experienced attorney with the legal skills and knowledge to successfully fight on your behalf. Aubrey has those skills and that knowledge.

 

White-collar crime is the term applied to a wide range of criminal conduct that does not involve coercion or violence. In some cases it can be engaged in innocently and without the knowledge of the person or entity to be charged, such as release of toxic substances into a waterway. Insider trading is an example of white-collar crime, as are violations of the anti-trust laws or failure to comply with safety or health regulations. Financial and other penalties can be devastating to businesses or individuals. Individuals found guilty risk incarceration. Prompt and effective legal representation to address the risks of white-collar crime is essential to avoid or mitigate the consequences of such charges.

In circumstances where identifiable action or inaction in the operations of a regulated business could constitute a criminal violation of the law, protocols, reporting, and monitoring systems serve to avoid violations and should be formally put in place.

When potential criminal conduct by a company is discovered internally or by notice of investigation by a regulatory or law enforcement agency, but prior to the issuance of a criminal complaint or an indictment, it is important to engage independent counsel to perform an internal investigation. The results of the internal investigation are provided to the enforcing agency to establish innocence or to prove a desire to cooperate with the agency in resolution of the violation. This procedure is encouraged by law enforcement entities and can significantly mitigate penalties where there has been a violation.

While white-collar crimes are nonviolent, they are serious, and being convicted can carry severe penalties. The reach of the federal government is sweeping, but the burden of proof always rests with the prosecution. They must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the offense. You deserve an experienced attorney with the same level of skill and experience on your side. Bring Aubrey on to your team.

Aubrey Can Advocate For You

Aubrey has been practicing law for almost 20 years, and he seeks to put his experience to work for you. Aubrey's firm is committed to straightforward communication, to helping you understand your options, and to devising a defense strategy that provides the best chance of achieving your preferred outcome.

Request a Consultation — Let's Get Started Today

To schedule an initial consultation with Aubrey or his assistant, please call 786-302-0928 or send us a message using our online form. We are willing to set up after-hours appointments by request if you cannot meet with us during our regular office hours. For your convenience, Visa and MasterCard are accepted.

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