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Phoenix White Collar Crime Attorney

Arizona Financial Crime Lawyer

White collar crime is a broad term usually applied to criminal allegations — financial in nature — committed by someone alleged to have engaged in some type of fraud or misrepresentation, acting in his or her capacity as an owner or employee of a business. White collar criminal charges typically involve complex factual circumstances and issues of law.

If you have been charged with a financial crime or are under pre-charge investigation, Phoenix white collar crime lawyer Bruce Feder can help you navigate these difficult and intricate cases. Mr. Feder has been defending clients against this type of serious criminal charge for 33 years.

Handling All Types of White Collar Criminal Cases

If you have been accused of committing a white collar crime or participating in a white collar conspiracy or racketeering scheme, you need aggressive representation from an experienced criminal defense attorney. Bruce Feder defends clients against charges like the following:

  • Mortgage fraud: We represent clients accused of making false statements on mortgage applications, participating in criminal real estate flipping schemes, and committing other types of mortgage or real estate fraud.
  • Health care fraud: We represent allopathic, osteopathic and chiropractic doctors, hospital personnel, ambulance company executives and other medical providers accused of overbilling for services, billing for services not rendered, making excessive prescriptions for pharmaceuticals, and other criminal health care provider offenses.
  • Wire and mail fraud: Federal and state financial fraud law is extraordinarily complex. An alleged fraud scheme, organization of a Ponzi scheme, or any other financial fraud charge that includes alleged use of the mail or wire (telephone) can be classified as wire and mail fraud under the fraud statutes.
  • Embezzlement: We represent employees, officers, directors, trustees, fiduciaries and other parties accused of embezzlement and related criminal charges.

White collar criminal charges can carry substantial penalties, including imprisonment, fines, and civil and criminal forfeiture. Having a white collar conviction on your criminal record can also severely limit your ability to gain employment, obtain financing for future business ventures, or obtain government contracts.

Bruce Feder carefully investigates the facts of each client's case, represents clients in all court proceedings, negotiates and advocates their cases with the prosecutor's office, and explains their options so they can make informed decisions. If you wish to discuss your case, please contact us to schedule a free consultation.

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Feder Law Office, P.A. 2930 E. Camelback Rd. | Suite 205 Phoenix AZ 85016 Phone: 602-257-0135