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Federal and State White Collar Crimes Attorney

Defending your rights in potential non-crime activity
White collar crime is the term used for intricate crimes that are supposedly committed for the sole purpose of financial gain. Sometimes the line is so gray that the charge may not even be a crime. Although these crimes are distinguished from physical and violent crimes, the penalties can be equally severe. Fighting a white collar crime charge requires an attorney with substantial financial, accounting, tax and business knowledge, in addition to extensive criminal defense and trial experience. Because many white collar crimes are federal, only an attorney who can successfully navigate the complexities of the federal court system can provide an effective defense. Our goal is that you not be charged if you are under investigation. If you are charged, our goal is to work towards an acquittal, dismissal of the case or a reduction of the charges. If you are facing sentencing, our goal will be to present the court with an acceptable alternative to jail. Hector C. Perez has more than 40 years of experience in white collar criminal matters and can help you with cases involving:

  • Identity fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Financial fraud
  • Bribery
  • Bank fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Tax-related fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Insurance Fraud

What you need to know about white collar crimes
White collar crimes are often highly technical cases that require thorough examination of financial and personal information and communications. Although these cases may take years to resolve, a mere five seconds and one errant email or statement may seal your fate. If you have any suspicion that you are under investigation, it is essential that you contact a qualified white collar crime defense attorney to obtain advice on how to limit your own potential criminal exposure. The penalties for white collar crimes include heavy fines, restitution, loss of professional licenses and long jail sentences. Often overlooked is potential deportation or exclusion from the United States if you are not a citizen and you get convicted of a fraud case.

Do not make a mistake that could cause irreversible damage or could take years of your life. Contact Hector C. Perez & Associates today and find out what your legal options are.

When your liberty is on the line, contact an experienced and reliable Los Angeles-based State and Federal white collar defense attorney for a confidential consultation.
Hector C. Perez & Associates has offices in Seal Beach, CA  bordering Los Angeles County and Orange County.  He defends clients in state courts and federal courts in Southern California.  He is also available to represent select federal defendants in Texas and nationwide.

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