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What Constitutes White Collar Crime?
A charge of fraud or a white-collar crime can lead to devastating effects: job loss, professional investigation and inquiry, loss of certification, loss of standing within your community, and more.
Our team assists business owners, businesses, and non-profit organizations facing investigations in white-collar criminal suits. We represent clients in matters that include:
Why Choose Us?
If you’ve been charged with a white-collar crime, believe you’ve been falsely accused, or done nothing wrong, you have the right to defend yourself. Every case is unique, and our legal team brings extensive experience defending our clients against criminal charges. One of our team members served as Chief Prosecutor of White Collar Crime in Northampton County for 13 years.
We will negotiate with prosecutors and/ or those affected by the crime to try to have charges dropped or reduced. No matter what, we are committed to working to achieve the best outcome for our clients.
Our attorneys listen.
In order to gain an understanding of your needs and see if we can help, we set up a conversation. Once we can assess your situation and define the legal services and guidance you require, you have the opportunity to establish an attorney-client relationship.
Gross McGinley is a full-service law firm, providing legal guidance for both personal and professional needs. Please visit our services page to learn more!
Since 1976, we’ve been serving individuals, businesses, and communities through the greater Lehigh Valley. Learn more about us.
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