White-collar crime investigations can be notoriously lengthy, but with the Law Offices of Ama-Mariya Hoffenden, we ensure that not a single minute is wasted.
As your white-collar attorney, we build a strong case and aggressively pursue justice by exploring every legal avenue possible. We understand white-collar crime, we know what it takes to defend our clients well, and we can even stop charges from being filed in the first place with strong evidence.
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As your white-collar crime lawyer in Miami, Florida, we’ll ensure that federal or state authorities don't overstep the mark, and protect you and your business aggressively from a wide variety of lawsuits.
White-collar crime is extremely varied, and at the Law Offices of Ama-Mariya Hoffenden, we have successfully defended organizations, businesses, and individuals wrapped up in virtually all kinds of federal prosecutions.
Some of the most common white-collar crime cases we deal with include:
We resolve white-collar crime cases by proving that the accusations are wrong, or by minimizing sentencing in the event that prosecutors have a strong case. We work across a range of legal fields, making us one of the best white-collar crime attorneys in Miami.
Don’t risk your professional reputation or tripping up over complex and confusing questioning. Retain our firm and rest assured that you and your business are in the best hands possible.
The penalty for a white-collar crime depends entirely on the kind of crime committed, the amount of money involved in the alleged fraud, and how determined federal prosecutors are. That’s where white-collar defense firms like the Law Offices of Ama-Mariya Hoffenden come in.
We resolve cases quickly and optimally, ensuring that sentencing is minimal when an acquittal is not achievable.
Money laundering comes with an average sentence of 46 months. Expect around 16 months for bribery, 16 months for tax fraud, and 9 months for embezzlement. Electronic fraud, one of the more recent trends in white-collar crime, carries a sentence of between five and 20 years.
As your white-collar criminal attorney, we’ll drive those sentences down both through mitigation efforts and by helping you avoid falling into traps during questioning.
White-collar crime accusations are hugely damaging to any brand, which is why we believe in swift and decisive action to stop lawsuits in their tracks. Without a lawyer, you could be faced with years of uncertainty, with your reputation slowly destroyed with little hope of being repaired.
As your white-collar crime lawyer, we’ll ensure that unproven and baseless allegations don’t destroy the business you’ve worked hard to build, and effectively defend you and your firm against charges of fraud and embezzlement.
The government could spend months or years building a case against you and your firm before it finally comes to a grand jury for an indictment, and during this time you are likely to be questioned by investigators. With the support and expert advice from our law firm, we’ll ensure that questioning goes ahead appropriately, that you know how to answer questions without being charged with obstruction of justice, and even ensure that you avoid helping the government build a case through poorly-judged comments and statements.
Navigating white-collar lawsuits is a real minefield, and our law firm gives you peace of mind knowing that you won’t fall into any traps.
For white-collar criminal attorneys who will truly fight your corner, trust our team. Call the Law Offices of Ama-Mariya Hoffenden today at (786) 353-4202 for your free consultation.
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In most cases, white-collar crime is investigated and prosecuted by the federal authorities, but it is not impossible that a case might also end up in state court.
Our team of white-collar criminal defense attorneys is fully equipped and prepared to fight your corner in federal court.
Potentially. That’s why the Law Offices of Ama-Mariya Hoffenden fight hard to ensure that you can clear your name and protect your reputation when the charges are inaccurate.
We work to ensure that your business is fully protected from major reputational damage and that any potential unavoidable sentencing is minimized. We’ll work with you to ensure that damage and disruption are kept at an absolute minimum.
White-collar criminals are generally not considered dangerous or violent, meaning that there is always going to be some level of difference in the way they are treated when compared to other defendants.
But that doesn’t mean the prosecution isn’t tough or the investigation not trying and painful.