White Collar Crimes

If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime, it can be extremely frightening and stressful. White collar crimes are treated very seriously by law enforcement, which means that your finances and even freedom are on the line.

White collar crimes are generally considered felonies, and the consequences of conviction are significant. Depending on the charges, penalties can include loss of professional licenses, thousands of dollars in fines, and from six months to many years of incarceration. After time has been served and the fines have been paid, the ramifications of a felony can remain: a felony conviction can make it difficult to find new employment and even housing.

Because of the seriousness of these types of charges, having an experienced attorney on your side is critical.

At Horwitz & Horwitz, LLC, we have the experience and knowledge to help you. Before opening his practice as a criminal defense attorney, Jon Horwitz worked as a prosecutor in Montgomery County, where he tried many cases involving white collar crimes. His experience in this area gives him unique insight into how the prosecution handles a white collar crime case, which can benefit you.

Our firm has successfully handled a variety of complex cases involving white collar crimes, including:

  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • RICO
  • Securities fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Internet fraud

If you are facing white collar crime charges, contact us today. We will take your case from start to finish, investigating the charges, exploring your options, and crafting the best possible defense for you. We give straightforward advice and make sure that you are involved and informed throughout your case. When you work with our firm, you will be working directly with Jon Horwitz. Together, we can move toward the best possible solution.