Being accused of any crime is serious. But for working professionals, the consequences of a white collar criminal conviction can have consequences beyond that of a typical conviction.
White collar crimes are often tried as federal crimes, and the consequences, both personal and professional, can be severe. Read on to learn about some of the consequences of white collar crime. For help protecting your future, reach out to a Dallas White Collar Crime lawyer today.
The punishments for white collar crime are serious. If you’ve been accused of a white collar crime in Texas or at the federal level, you need to take swift action to clear your name before conviction.
Some of the consequences of a white collar crime conviction include:
Even after your sentence is done, you could be barred from working in certain industries just because of your criminal status. These consequences are serious enough for you to consider retaining the services of an attorney before it’s too late.
You’re not a criminal, you’ve just been charged with a crime. There’s a big difference, and Chris Lewis & Associates P.C. will help you clear your name by providing the robust legal defense you need.
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