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Criminal Law Attorney Carroll County MD White Collar Charges - Carroll County, Westminster, Maryland 21157

Carroll County, MD White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes Criminal Law Attorney Carroll CountyWhite Collar Crimes - Criminal Law Attorney Gary W. Desper provides respresentation in cases involving bank fraud, bribery, check fraud, copyright infringement, corporate fraud, cybercrime, election law violations, embezzlement, financial institution fraud, forgery, fraud, fraud against the government, health care fraud, identity theft, insider trading, insurance fraud, mass marketing fraud, money laundering, mortgage fraud, phone and telemarketing fraud, Ponzi Schemes, public corruption, scams and more.


White-collar crimes are typically financially motivated, nonviolent crimes characterized by deceit, concealment, or a violation of a trust and do not usually involve the threat of physical force or violence. Most of the time they involve some type of fraud or scam.

The most important thing you can do when you, or someone you love, has been charged with a white collar crime is to seek experienced legal counsel immediately.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a white-collar crime in Maryland, or are under suspicion for a white collar crime and need representation, call the Law Offices of Gary W. Desper today. I will help you understand the charges brought against you and ensure that your rights are protected. Being charged with a white-collar crime can have major consequences and a conviction will have a serious impact on your future. Most white collar crimes result in felony charges, although charges involving very small amounts of money may only be charged with a misdemeanor. You owe it to yourself to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately in order to determine how best to proceed.

Maryland criminal defense attorney Gary W. Desper provides criminal defense services in a variety of cases involving white-collar crimes including but not limited to:

    • Bank Fraud
    • Bribery
    • Check Fraud
    • Copyright Infringement
    • Corporate Fraud
    • Cybercrimes
    • Election Law Violations
    • Embezellment
    • Financial Institution Fraud
    • Forgery
    • Fraud
    • Fraud Against the Government
    • Health Care Fraud
    • Identity Theft
    • Insider Trading
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Mass Marketing Fraud
    • Money Laundering
    • Mortgage Fraud
    • Phone Misuse
    • Insurance Fraud
    • Ponzi Schemes
    • Public Corruption
    • Scams
    • Telemarketing Fraud
    • Telephone Fraud