Miami White Collar Crime Lawyers
Dedicated Defense for Complex Criminal Charges
Miami is commonly referred to as the fraud capitol of the United States. White collar crimes generally involve sophisticated, complex crimes organized by one or multiple individuals for the purposes of generating massive income. Such schemes could include tax evasion, laundering money for a criminal enterprise, or creating a pyramid scheme.
While white collar crimes can make individuals rich, it also subjects them to the possibility of extensive incarceration and fines. Depending on the crime, a defendant may be subject to minimum mandatory sentences or extremely high maximum sentences. In addition, if you are not a United States citizen, many white collar crimes can result in mandatory deportation from the United States.
You should always seek a qualified criminal defense attorney to represent you.
Contact Hubbs Law Firm online or by phone at (305) 570-4802 for a free, confidential consultation with our Miami white collar crime attorneys.
Choose an Attorney Who Is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar
If you were arrested for a white collar crime in Miami or throughout the nearby areas, it is important that you contact an experienced criminal defense law firm. E.J. Hubbs is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar. Board certified criminal trial lawyers are the only criminal defense attorneys that can refer to themselves as an expert in their particular field. Less than 1% of attorneys in Florida are Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law.
Hubbs Law Firm’s experienced criminal defense attorneys will sit down with you and thoroughly discuss the facts of your case. We can give you legal advice on any possible defenses you may have to any possible or pending charges. We handle all types of white collar crimes cases in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Monroe County, and Palm Beach County.
Types of Federal White Collar Crimes
Most federal white collar crimes involve some allegation of fraud on the part of an individual or multiple individuals.
Some examples of possible federal white collar crimes include:
- Wire fraud
- Mail fraud
- Unemployment fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Computer fraud
- Bank fraud
- Health care fraud
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
- Failure to file a tax return
- Receipt of stolen property
- Counterfeit crimes
- False statements
- Aggravated identity theft
- False identification
- Fraudulent use of access device
Most, if not all, of these charges also carry the possibility of a charge of conspiracy since, generally, multiple individuals are involved in a larger scheme.
Trust Your Case to Our Legal Team
If you were charged with a federal crime in Miami-Dade County or any other county in Florida, you should contact Hubbs Law Firm immediately. White collar crimes carry serious penalties, including incarceration, probation, fines, and potential immigration consequences.
Our Miami white collar crime lawyers defend clients charged with all types of white collar crimes in Miami and throughout Miami-Dade County, including Miami Beach, Hialeah, Miami Gardens, North and South Miami, Kendall, Homestead, and anywhere else in the area.
At Hubbs Law, your first consultation is always free for criminal federal cases. Our experienced attorneys, E.J. and Erika Hubbs, will discuss all aspects of your case help you devise the best strategy for your case.
Call us at (305) 570-4802 today to schedule your consultation.
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