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Understanding Your White Collar Charges in TX

The term "white collar crime" was first coined back in 1939 by Edwin Sutherland who described this category of crime as one that is committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his or her occupation. Today, the landscape for white collar criminals has changed, for it is no longer limited to white collar professionals.

While white collar crimes can certainly be committed by managers, stockbrokers, CEOs and corporate officers, they can also be committed by everyday people from the privacy of their own home. For this reason, white collar crime is more accurately defined as a financially motivated, nonviolent crime that is committed for the purpose of illegal financial gain.

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What is a White Collar Crime?

White collar crime is similar to corporate crime, as it is often committed by white collar employees who have the knowledge, insight and opportunity to commit crimes like fraud, bribery, insider trading, embezzlement, money laundering or forgery. However, white collar crimes also involve illegal activities that can be committed by anyone.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation loosely defines white collar crime as lying, cheating and stealing. The FBI says the term is now synonymous with a full range of fraudulent crimes that are often committed by businesses and professionals alike. With today's computer technology, fraud scams are more sophisticated than ever before, so the FBI is dedicated to using its skills to track down the perpetrators and to stop scams dead in their tracks.

Common White Collar Crimes

Some of the common forms of white collar crime include, but are not limited to:

Punishment for White Collar Crimes in Texas

In the United States, the penalties for white collar crimes may involve imprisonment, fines, victim restitution, community service, probation, the loss of a professional license and other forms of alternative punishment. If you are currently under investigation for a white collar crime, you may be at risk of destroying your reputation, your career and possibly even your family. Since these criminal charges are frequently prosecuted as felonies, and on the federal level, it's absolutely imperative to retain the services of a skilled and aggressive Houston white collar crime lawyer from Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C.

Defense for White Collar Crimes in Texas

With over 55 years of combined experience handling state, federal and military criminal defense matters in Texas, nationwide and internationally, the Houston white collar crime lawyers at Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. will ensure that your case is in capable hands. The firm offers a free case evaluation to all of their prospective clients, which means that you can gather the information you need to proceed forward without a long-term commitment.

Even if you are merely under investigation for a crime, what you do here and now can impact the entire course of your future; contact a Houston white collar crime attorney at (713) 364-9913 from the firm without delay.

Why We Are Effective

6 Reasons to Hire Us
  • 55 Years of Combined Experience
  • Thousands of Cases Successfully Defended
  • Hundreds of Jury Trials Handled
  • Highly Respected by the Legal Community
  • Honest & Straightforward Legal Advice
  • Accessible & Responsive Representation
A Winning Attitude

At Womack & Associates we always fight for the best possible results for our clients and our track record shows that. We've handled 1,000s of jury trials in state, federal, and military courts and have maintained a high rate of not-guilty verdicts, acquittals, and dismissals. 

Where Winning Matters

See Our Recent Federal Case Results

  • Violation of Supervised Release Avoided Prison

    U.S. v RSI

  • Rape Never Charged

    Matter of JH

  • Conspiracy to Launder Drug Proceeds Sentence Significantly Reduced

    U.S. v. FSG

  • Transporting an Illegal Alien Never Charged

    United States v. A.B. & M.G.

  • Man Detained by Border Patrol Charges Dismissed

    U.S. v. A.M.C.

  • Marijuana Distribution Charges Dropped

    U.S. v. AB

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Acquitted

    United States v. J.A.

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Reduced Sentence

    United States v. E.N.

  • Smuggling Several Tons of Marijuana Case Dismissed

    United States v. K.S.

  • Drug Trafficking Charges Dropped

    United States v. L.H.


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