White Collar Crime Attorney in Los Angeles
Fraud, Embezzlement, Forgery, Identity Theft, Bribery & Extortion
If you are currently under investigation for
identity theft or any other white collar crime, you will need a skilled and experienced
defense lawyer on your side to defend your case and help you avoid the
serious penalties associated with a white collar criminal conviction.
Sentences may include heavy fines, restitution and prison sentences -
a white collar crime conviction may tear you away from your family, your
work, your life.
Although there is no legal definition of a white collar crime, it is often
a non-violent fraud crime committed by someone of respectability or higher
social status, such as economic crimes or corporate crimes which are committed
and are more available to "white-collar" employees.
Experienced criminal defense Lawyer, Robert M. Bernstein knows what it
takes to offer a client superior legal defense in the face of a white
collar criminal charges. Some of the types of cases we handle at the Law
Offices of Robert M. Bernstein include:
Protect Your Career & Reputation
Contact attorney Robert M. Bernstein if you are facing white collar criminal
charges. The consequences of a white collar criminal conviction are not
limited to criminal penalties. In addition to the criminal penalties you
may face, you will also likely face a ruined business reputation and have
difficulty in future business ventures or employment opportunities. Protecting
your future and your freedom is what Attorney Bernstein and his staff
is committed to when they defend a white collar criminal case.
Thorough investigation of the charges, consultations with expert witnesses
and investigators, understanding complex and high-tech transactions, negotiation
and effective litigation techniques, Robert M. Bernstein and his team
offer excellent criminal defense for clients accused of a white collar
crimes. You deserve to work with a lawyer who will provide you with the
most effective defense strategies and dedicated representation in order
to best protect your rights.