Being accused of a crime, any crime, is disheartening and can be frightening. Being accused of white collar crime in Arkansas can be even more upsetting because this type of crime, in recent years, has come to the forefront of the news. Authorities are zeroing in on this type of crime and anyone involved is looking at prison time, making restitution and even an additional fine. Being represented by a knowledgeable attorney is of paramount importance early in the case.
The types of crimes normally associated with white collar crimes are bribery, money laundering, tax evasion, insurance fraud, wire or mail fraud, and Internet fraud. These are serious charges and, with modern technology being what it is, a trail left by your text messages, computer hard drive and email can be used against you. Can you begin to see that you need an attorney representing you who has experience in defending this type of crime?