Health Care Fraud (Medicare/Medicaid)
Mail and Wire Fraud
Computer crimes and identity theft
Campaign finance violations
Securities and Antitrust violations
Violations of health care laws
Federal charges of wire fraud
and money laundering
(nearly 2.9 million dollar alleged ponzi scheme)
Result = NOT GUILTY on All Charges by JURY verdict
Call Attoney Ed Jones if you have been arrested on any of these charges. You need him on your side!
White collar criminal cases can be filed by both State and Federal prosecuting agencies. Dollar amounts can range from a few hundred to millions. The larger the dollar amount involved, the more likely Federal authorities will get involved.
White-collar crime refers to financially motivated nonviolent crime committed by business and government professionals. These cases can involve questionable business practices, fraud, money laundering, forgery, and other types of theft.
Sometimes business owners are accused of white collar crimes, not because they are guilty, but because someone lost money investing in that company and feels it was criminal. Just because a company loses investor money does not make it criminal. The intent of the individuals running the company is what matters. If there was an intent to defraud, then the conduct is criminal. If there was no intent to defraud, and investor money is lost due to poor business decisions, then the business owner's conduct is not criminal. In those types of cases, civil remedies may apply.