White-collar crimes usually involves accusations of fraud or theft by a person of high social status committed during their employment while motivated by greed. White-collar criminal offenses can include theft, bribery, money laundering, embezzlement, forgery, fraud, Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO), conspiracy to commit RICO, insurance fraud, mortgage fraud, health care fraud or computer crimes.
If you have been accused of a white collar crime, seek the services of a criminal defense attorney before making any statements about the facts of the case to any law enforcement officer or other person investigating a criminal accusation. Contact me or go to The Law Office of Kurt Teifke to discuss defenses that may be available under Florida law for the particular facts and circumstances of your case.
There are many cases of fraud investigations at the state level are investigated by local law enforcement agencies or detectives with the Department of Financial Services, Division of Investigative & Forensic Services. Before talking to a detective, seek out the services of a criminal defense attorney who can help you during every phase of the investigation.
I represent clients who were accused of white collar crimes throughout the State of Florida including but not limited to the following Towns and Cities: Bunnell, Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Crescent City, East Palatka, Georgetown, Florahome, Hollister, Interlachen, Lake Comoo, Palatka, Pomona Park, San Mateo, Satsuma, Welaka and Melrose, FL.