Quality Legal Representation in Ponte Vedra Beach, Duval, & St. Johns Counties
White collar crimes include a series of crimes that are often committed in the financial sector. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, it is important that you seek legal guidance from Malcolm Anthony, P.A. These cases are exhaustive, requiring extensive research and thorough examination. As an experienced Jacksonville white collar crimes attorney, I am dedicated to protecting your constitutional rights.
Contact me today at (904) 285-4LAW (4529) to learn how I can help you with your white collar crimes case.
Where Experience Meets Research
As a former Special Prosecutor of economic crimes and a former general counsel for a healthcare company, I have the experience necessary to defend these often complex cases. Over the years, I have helped countless individuals find a legal solution that protects their future. Whatever your case entails, you can rest assured that I will devote my time to understanding every aspect. By combining my years of experience with extensive knowledge, I can give you the legal counsel that you need.
I provide legal representation for the following types of white collar crimes:
- Embezzlement/Grand Theft: Often times, the bookkeeping and spending functions in a business entity can get confused. I understand how this happens and will be there to help you when this happens.
- Credit card fraud: In the state of Florida, the State Credit Card Crime Act outlines credit card offenses that residents can be charged with, including unlawful use of a credit card and obtaining another person's credit card through illegal means.
- Healthcare fraud: By providing a false name in order to obtain goods and services, an individual can be charged with health care fraud.
- Insurance fraud: You can be charged with insurance fraud if you deceive or mislead an insurer in order to receive benefits. Florida is an especially ripe state for this type of fraud because of its extreme weather.
- Mortgage fraud: This type of fraud can involve several variables that can lead to a conviction, including making false statements, omitting pertinent information, or misrepresenting information during the mortgage process.
If you find yourself in need of a white collar crime lawyer in Jacksonville, give me a call today at (904) 285-4LAW (4529).