White Collar Crimes Lawyer

White collar crimes can generally be regarded as criminal activity involving money or property. They are commonly referred to as white color crimes based on the identity of the offender who is someone that occupies a white collar job position, and therefore the offense in turn involves money or property associated with that position. These can include:

  • Bank fraud charges
  • Credit Card fraud or abuse charges
  • Money laundering charges
  • Embezzlement charges
  • Mail fraud charges
  • Wire fraud charges
  • Theft by fraud charges
  • Insider trading
  • Government contract fraud
  • Public Corruption Charges
  • Bribery Charges
  • Theft of services charges
  • Securities fraud charges
  • Insurance fraud charges
  • Bankruptcy fraud charges
  • Forgery charges
  • Counterfeiting charges
  • Perjury charges
  • Health care fraud
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Charges
  • Violation of Civil Rights Charges
  • Anti-Trust Offenses

  • Effective representation in a criminal investigation or prosecution requires both knowledge of criminal laws as well as a long experience with the offices and agencies that enforce them. In the case of organizations, it also requires a lawyer who knows how to cooperate effectively, how to mount a vigorous defense, and when to do one and not the other.

    George Tyson has achieved excellent results for his clients and their white collar crime matters over the course of his 33 year career. He is fully capable of defending your anti-trust, property, or financial crime charges. In 1999, for example, Tyson obtained a Not Guilty verdict on all counts for Danny Fong, a multi-count indictment including pricing fixing and anti-trust allegations. George Tyson and Mike Ramsey also successfully defended Nadine Norman in a 2005 Prescription Fraud Case, resulting in Not Guilty verdicts on all twenty-two counts.

    Charged with a White Collar Crime? Contact George Tyson for a free case review and consultation