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The difficulties of defending from white collar crime charges

Many white collar crimes involve the extensive use of computers, often hacking into databases and obtaining information used to steal money, corporate plans or even identities. Because many of these fraudulent crimes require the use of computers, much of the country's modern white collar crimes involve navigating legal issues that are relatively new or unexplored. It can be difficult to properly defend yourself when you are not entirely sure what you are going up against.

The concept of fraud is not new. Forging signatures, cashing bad checks, impersonating public officials, all of these activities have been under the scope of the law for years and years. Even when home computers first became more common, it was still unheard of for nearly every person to have a computer in his or her possession at any time. Now, with the advent of smartphones, a massive number of people are able to hack into various accounts and fraudulently transfer money in a manner that is convenient and as inconspicuous as sending a text message.

Understandably, officials are often hard-pressed to deal with such issues, and this can sometimes lead to wrongful accusations with very little basis. Simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time with your phone or laptop out could make you a suspect in a fraud case, which is why you need help defending yourself.

If you are facing fraud charges or any other form of white collar crime in Louisiana, visit our webpage. Learn how we can put our decades of experience to work helping you defend yourself, including extensive experience in the past 15 years handling major fraud cases and issues with computers. The risks of being convicted are simply too serious to ignore.

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