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Atlanta White Collar and Financial Crimes Attorney

If you believe you are the target of a criminal investigation for white collar or financial crimes, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Your career, reputation, and freedom may be on the line. Contact Wallack Law in Atlanta, GA today for experienced and dedicated representation.

Why Choose Us?

  • We have extensive experience and knowledge in the field of criminal defense. Sandy Wallack has been practicing for 25 years in the Atlanta metro area, and our firm has been established for 15 years.
  • Our focus and passion are for criminal defense. Sandy Wallack chose to become a criminal defense lawyer because he is passionate about protecting constitutional rights and fighting for individuals charged with a crime.
  • We are honest and frank in our counseling and provide personalized attention to our clients. We approach every case in an innovative, out-of-the-box manner.

What Are White Collar Crimes?

The term white collar crime covers a range of offenses under state and federal law. This type of offense typically involves alleged financial fraud or theft perpetrated in a non-violent manner. If you are under investigation or have been charged with a white collar crime, we can work quickly and discreetly to identify the allegations, investigate the facts, secure and preserve supporting evidence, and build a solid case for your your defense.

Types of White Collar and Financial Crimes

White collar and financial crimes we defend against may include:

  • Bank fraud: White collar crimes committed by and against banks and other financial institutions.
  • Mortgage fraud: Charges of fraud against buyers, sellers, straw-buyers, loan officers, mortgage companies, brokers, or appraisers.
  • Securities fraud: Accusations of deceptive practices in stock or commodities markets inducing investors to make purchase or sale decisions based on false information.
  • Mail or wire fraud: These are federal crimes that involve mailing or electronically transmitting something associated with fraud.
  • Healthcare fraud: This type of white collar crime involves filing dishonest healthcare claims to turn a profit.
  • Identity theft: Fraudulent acquisition and use of a person’s private identifying information, typically for financial gain.
  • Embezzlement: Theft or misappropriation of funds placed in a person’s trust.
  • Money laundering: Concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money, usually by means of transfers involving legitimate businesses and foreign banks.
  • Tax fraud: These charges may involve allegations of failure to file a tax return, failure to report income, tax evasion, or false tax return information.

What Are the Penalties for White Collar and Financial Crimes?

Penalties upon conviction of a white collar or financial crime can be severe. It is not unusual to receive a prison sentence of 10 years or more. If a racketeering (RICO) charge is included in the prosecution, the prison sentence is often longer. White collar crimes are treated as serious crimes in the U.S. and Georgia.

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Contact Us Today

At Wallack Law, we have extensive experience defending clients against a wide range of white collar and financial crimes. We have more than 25 years of experience representing clients in criminal defense matters in the Atlanta metro area. Call us right away if you are facing charges have become aware that you are under investigation for white collar or financial crimes. We can act quickly to protect your rights and pursue the best possible outcome in your case.