Practice Areas

White-Collar Crime

ATTORNEYS PROVIDE FORMIDABLE WHITE COLLAR CRIME DEFENSE

Whether you require defense against allegations involving credit card fraud, tax evasion, embezzlement, insider trading, forgery or any other white collar crime in the state of Georgia or anywhere in the United States, call Arora Law at (404) 609-4664 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. We proudly assist Spanish-speaking clients (Se habla Español) or Hindi.

SAFEGUARDING OUR CLIENTS’ REPUTATIONS

People typically accused of white collar crimes are those who hold high-profile and often very powerful positions in corporate, business or government settings. Despite those positions, they can be prosecuted at both the state and federal levels. Common white collar crimes include fraud, corruption, forgery, embezzlement and bribery, among many others.

Because these cases often involve detailed investigations led by law enforcement specializing in this kind of crime, it’s important you speak to no one until you hire an experienced litigator who can navigate the complexities of state and federal law.

EXPERIENCED IN STATE AND FEDERAL WHITE COLLAR CASES

We regularly work with investigators, financial experts and a wide range of other professionals to prepare the best defense against the following charges:

Fraud

This is a general term under our State and Federal laws. Fraud includes deceptive business practices, false representations, trickery or deceit.

Forgery

When a person deceives another person, business or government entity using a false document.

Embezzlement

The unauthorized transfer of money. These crimes often include the embezzlement of money from an employer, with schemes that can include the creation of dummy companies.

Bribery

The federal government takes actionable steps to punish public corruption, including those charged with bribery. Bribery involves offering a benefit to a public official in an effort to change that official’s actions.

The above terms are some of the most common terms used to describe white collar crime in the United States. In many instances, these violations are prosecuted under the State or Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO. This law is typically used to try crimes including money laundering, extortion, theft and conspiracy.

EXPERIENCED ADVOCACY FOR CLIENTS CHARGED WITH WHITE COLLAR CRIMES

At Arora Law, our attorneys have more than 4 decades of combined experience protecting clients’ rights and reputations when they’ve been charged with white-collar offenses. As former prosecutors, we anticipate how the prosecution will build its case, enabling us to build a strong defense against harsh penalties.

Our esteemed attorneys are often called upon to offer commentary and legal analysis on television and in the print media for cases involving white-collar charges. We put that knowledge and skill, backed by our experience, to work for you in clearing your name.

Our Practice Areas

Drug Offenses

As soon as you are arrested or discover you are under investigation, the clock is ticking. To ensure the best possible outcome in your drug case, you need to act quickly and hire a criminal defense firm that is experienced, knowledgeable and able to protect your rights during even the toughest litigation.

 

Appeals

When you decide to launch an appeal, every moment is critical. Criminal statutes have strict time limits on appeals, so you need to act quickly and hire an appellate attorney who is experienced, knowledgeable and willing to efficiently and effectively review the entire court order of your case.

Criminal Defense

At Arora Law, we handle all criminal law cases that include DUI charges, drug charges — from small-quantity possession to large-quantity manufacturing — and white collar crimes such as fraud and forgery.

DUI Defense

A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) becomes part of a permanent criminal record that follows you for the rest of your life. At Arora Law, we understand that serious offenses such as DUI call for serious litigation.

Expungement

When someone is arrested in Georgia the impact could remain long after the case is closed. If a case is not closed out properly, it could lead to issues with employment, housing, financial loans, educational tuition and the like.

 
 
 
 

White Collar Crime

At Arora Law, our attorneys have more than 4 decades of combined experience protecting clients’ rights and reputations when they’ve been charged with white-collar offenses. As former prosecutors, we anticipate how the prosecution will build its case, enabling us to build a strong defense against harsh penalties.

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