When charged with white-collar crime, a convict has to undergo serious trials. Under the jurisdiction as enforced by Georgia, an individual who is involved in corporate money laundering, tax evasion, or any other type of fraud is liable to serve jail term or pay penalties. White-collar charges can simply degrade one's reputation and issues pertaining to securing a job might arise.
If you or any of your family members have been recently charged with white-collar case, it's high time you need to consult an experienced and able white-collar defense attorney like Mr. David Abbott. His experience in handling white-collar cases over the years will help offenders in reducing the harsh sentences.
Common punishments in white-collar cases
Well, the severity of punishment is generally determined by the type of white-collar crime committed by a person. For details check the below list.
Money laundering: If an individual is found to acquire funds illegally then he/she has to serve a jail term of about 20 years under Georgia law.
Identity fraud: It is categorized under felony crime and the lawbreaker has to pay a fine of about $100,000 or even imprisonment of 3 to 15 years is guaranteed based on the crime's severity.
These and other types of white-collar cases are diligently handled by Mr. Abbott. His tricky ways and strategic defensive techniques guarantee your win in the court. Mostly, convicts ignore subpoenas that ultimately results in severe punishments for white-collar convicts. David advises his clients even the subpoenas as it's a great way to safeguard oneself in front of the jury.
For a free consultation, you can immediately give a call at (404)514-5900 now.