White-collar crime is in a class of crimes committed by professionals, business people and public officials that generally involves a deliberate attempt to mislead others.
While these crimes are non-violent, they carry significant penalties and can have a severe and negative impact on the convicted individual’s family and career.
Many white-collar crimes are charged as felonies with the potential of receiving a sentence of a lengthy prison sentence. Quite often the victim of a white-collar crime has a personal stake in the outcome of the case and pushes the State’s Attorney’s office for the maximum penalty allowed under law.
You deserve the experience we have in defending the personal freedoms of individuals facing white collar crime charges. Attorney Chandon S. Alexander will use his skills to scrutinize the prosecution’s case and develop the most effective response to the evidence.