White Collar Crimes Are Serious Offenses In New York
Have prosecutors charged you with a white collar crime? If so, you need to seek legal representation as quickly as possible, especially since any delay in doing so may increase the risk of a conviction and going to jail.
With more than 35 years of legal experience, attorney Kevin Luibrand understands the nuances and intricacies of while collar offenses under New York law, and he will use this knowledge and experience to help guide you through the often-intimidating investigative and criminal process. Quite simply, no criminal case is too difficult for Kevin Luibrand.
What Is A White Collar Crime?
White collar crime is the basic phrase used to identify a broad range of nonviolent, financial crimes. These offenses typically involve allegations of fraudulent conduct committed by business professionals or government officials ― often revolving around the alleged manipulation of information, on paper or electronically.
While there are countless offenses that may be considered white collar crimes, some common examples include:
- Money laundering
- Credit card fraud
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud and/or computer and Internet fraud
- Phone and telemarketing fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Government fraud
- Counterfeiting or forgery
Few New York attorneys have handled more challenging cases over the last three decades than Kevin Luibrand. He has represented and carefully counseled professionals from a wide range of occupations, including lawyers, businessmen, government officials and doctors, just to name a few. From 2014 – 2018, he was also selected by The National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 100 trial attorneys in the U.S.
When Your Future Is At Stake, You Need An Experienced Attorney
If you need an experienced Albany white collar defense lawyer, there is only one firm to call: Luibrand Law Firm, PLLC. You can reach us at 518-213-3770 or toll-free at 877-240-9594, or email us online. While we are located in Latham, we serve clients throughout the Capital Region/District and Upstate New York.