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Tampa White Collar Crime Attorney

White collar crimes are typically non-violent offenses. Because of this, many people do not recognize the serious situation posed by these crimes. The truth is that these offenses can be especially harmful to our communities and society as a whole. Such cases often have catastrophic economic consequences and can result in a victim’s loss of employment, savings, and of overall confidence in financial institutions. Depending on the offense and the breadth of the loss, a defendant may be charged with a misdemeanor, a felony, or a federal offense. It is important to note that prosecutors will relentlessly pursue these charges and judges will often show little sympathy or leniency. Therefore, it is really important that you seek the help of a seasoned defense attorney as soon as possible after your arrest. It is critical for the protection of your rights. Omar Abdelghany is an experienced Tampa white collar crime attorney who specializes in cases pertaining to white-collar crimes. He got his license in 2013 and prides himself on providing impeccable services to the Tampa community. Call him today to schedule an initial appointment to discuss your case.

Handling White Collar Offenses Involving Embezzlement, Mail Fraud, Computer Hacking, etc.

There are several different types of offenses that can be classified as “white collar.” A defendant may be charged with a felony, a federal offense, or a misdemeanor, depending on their conduct. Some of the scenarios may include:

  • Embezzlement
  • Passing bad checks
  • Fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Hacking and other internet related crimes
  • Piracy
  • Money laundering

Penalties for such offenses can range from a Class A misdemeanor in federal court, or a first-degree misdemeanor in Florida, which carries a sentence of up to twelve months in jail, to a felony, which may include a sentence ranging from thirty years to life in prison. How an offense is charged will depend on a variety of factors.

There are a variety of factors taken under consideration to determine how an offense is charged. If facing felony charges, the defendant will have to appear before a judge on duty within 24 hours of an arrest. If a plausible cause is established for the crime, the accused will then enter an appeal of ‘not guilty,’ and a judge will schedule a trial date for future proceedings. Cases involving white collar crime often depend on the admission of financial records or information obtained from a smartphone or computer. However, if the law enforcement agency found guilty of violating the rights of the defendant during their efforts to retrieve any evidence, the counsel may seek court approval from the court to exclude such evidence. If a dismissal is out of the question, and if the matter cannot be resolved through negotiation, then the case will continue for the trial. White collar offenses also often involve the investigation of highly-sensitive information and the use of expert witnesses may be necessary. Therefore, litigating such matters can be especially complicated. If you are charged with such an offense, then contact an experienced attorney at your earliest convenience.

Omar Abdelghany is a white-collar crime lawyer in Tampa Bay, Florida. He will review all records from arrest reports to probably cause affidavits for fully understanding your case. He will then schedule an initial consultation with you to discuss the case in detail. Omar will listen to your side of the story and explain the whole process to you and what to expect in future proceedings. He will gather all evidence that the prosecution is legally obliged to provide. It is critical to formulating a defense strategy, and Omar is an expert on such matters. If Omar believes that your rights were violated, for example, if the search was conducted without a warrant to obtain the evidence, he will file a necessary motion with the court. If the case dismissal is not granted, Omar will retain necessary expert witnesses to strategize the best possible defense in your favor. In case of an unreachable resolution, we will prepare your case for trial with surety to protect your rights through the legal process. We do understand the seriousness of the matter and how it may impact your life. Talk to us today.

Contact An Experienced Tampa White Collar Crime Attorney Today

Are you worried that the lawyer you hire will rarely speak to you? Worry not because you will never have to face that issue with Omar. He never leaves his clients alone because he fully understands the sensitivity of their situation. Call him when you have queries about your case or when you just want to get clarification on laws pertaining to your specific situation. He will listen to you and make every effort possible to give you a clear view of your case.

Tampa white collar crime attorney Omar Abdelghany has represented hundreds of clients from Bradenton, Clearwater, Tampa, and many other neighboring cities. Omar has an undying attitude when it comes to fighting for justice.

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