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White Collar Crimes

Non-violent acts involving deception, typically known as white collar crimes, are commonly committed by a person of business or a public official. Signs of a white collar crime normally involve a trail of evidence known as a “paper trail,” that investigators use for prosecution of the case.

There are many different types of white collar crimes, and if you have been charged with any of the following you should contact the law office of Allison B. Margolin:

Embezzelment

The taking of someone’s property by a person with whom it is entrusted.


Bribery

Occurs when someone gives or takes a bribe.


Larceny

Involves taking someone’s property without paying for or returning it.


Extortion

Also known as blackmail.


Fraud

This often includes but is not limited to health care fraud and tax fraud.


Price Fixing

An agreement between two parties to set prices for a certain product, thereby violating free market operations.


Racketeering

The extortion of money by force or a pattern of criminal activity committed to further interests of a criminal syndicate.

For information about California criminal laws or the criminal process or to discuss your criminal matter with an experienced and dedicated defense lawyer, please schedule a free, confidential consultation with attorney Allison B. Margolin by visiting our contact page or calling (323)653-9700.

Your rights and your freedom are important. Trust them to a criminal defense attorney who will be committed to obtaining the best possible results and looking out for your interests. Allison is available 24/7 for your convenience.


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