Minnesota White Collar Crimes Defense Attorney

The term “white collar crime” generally refers to non-violent crimes of deception, motivated by profit. The U.S. Department of Justice defines “white collar offenses” as “non-violent, illegal activities which principally involve traditional notions of deceit, deception, concealment, manipulation, breach of trust, subterfuge or illegal circumvention.” Some commonly charged “white collar” crimes include:

  • Bank fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Corporate fraud
  • Securities fraud
  • Theft and embezzlement
  • Money laundering
  • Credit card fraud

What should I do if I am charged with a White Collar Crime?

If you have been charged with a white collar crime, or you are being investigated for one, speak to a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible to learn about your rights, defenses, and the legal system. Contacting an experienced attorney early is critical. Early preparation by an experienced criminal defense attorney can increase your chances of a favorable outcome, including the possibility of not being charged or, if charges are filed, a successful resolution or favorable jury verdict. Glenn P. Bruder represents clients in a wide range of Federal and State charges, and has extensive experience in handling white collar cases.