How to Defend Yourself Against White Collar Criminal Charges
White collar criminal charges are a special type of criminal charge because of the level of sophistication that is alleged in connection with such crimes. Examples of white collar crimes are: forgery, fraud, embezzlement, grand theft (over $950), and federal charges such as RICO (Rackateer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act).
Defending against white collar criminal charges requires a special type of defense attorney - one with a level of sophistication and experience you would not normally find in an attorney who practices exclusively in the areas of DUI or domestic violence. White collar criminal trials are marathons, not sprints. More than 95% of trials last 3 days or less. A white collar criminal trial can last for months - you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who has run this type of marathon before.
Nicholas Moore is Ivy League educated - a graduate of the Wharton School of Business in 2006. His business accumen and experience make him uniquely qualified to handle white collar criminal defense matters. He has been trial counsel on over $7 million dollars of white collar criminal charges.