White collar cases are more complex and difficult than a routine criminal case. Typically, white collar cases involve allegations of a crime committed by fraud or trickery, rather than by force or violence. They often involve intricate regulations, accounting issues, and huge amounts of paper. Government case agents assigned to analyze the voluminous financial documents that often typify a complex white collar criminal investigation may themselves be attorneys, or accountants, or both. Robert Richman is a criminal defense attorney with the expertise to handle complex white collar crime cases.
Robert Richman has represented individuals in a large number of white collar cases involving such charges as:
- Securities fraud
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
- Insurance fraud
- Medicare fraud
Some examples of federal white collar cases Robert has handled include:
- He won an acquittal on all charges following a month-long trial in a case alleging conspiracy to evade taxes, mail fraud, and ERISA fraud.
- He represented an attorney charged with embezzling client funds.
- He represented a stock promoter charged with securities fraud by manipulating the price of penny stocks.
- He traveled to Australia to investigate allegations of mail fraud and tax evasion relating to the sale of opals.
- He represented a hedge fund owner charged with securities fraud for making misrepresentations to his investors.
- He represented an attorney charged with laundering drug money through his law practice.
If you’re looking for a federal criminal defense attorney with more than 30 years of experience, contact Robert Richman to discuss your case today.
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