White Collar Crime
A white-collar crime is still a crime. Fraud, theft, money laundering, illegal gambling, and embezzlement are examples of deceit that define a white-collar offense. Many people do not understand the consequences these types of allegations have on their life. They think that because it is not a violent crime that there is no repercussion to the charge. Do not be fooled. The penalties and punishments can be severe. They can range from hefty fines to a criminal record, or even a prison sentence. Know your options and be aware of the potential outcomes. If you or a loved one is being accused of this type of felony, take the first step and contact an experienced attorney. At the Rhode Island law firm of Bevilacqua & Bevilacqua, we put the time, effort and dedication in defending you and your livelihood. We compile the right course of action based on your specific circumstance. You want a team of professional lawyers who recognize that each decision they make directly impacts your future.