Bergen County Fraud Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with a white collar crime such as computer hacking, embezzlement, credit card or identity fraud, counterfeiting of money or merchandise, the stakes are high. Heavy fines, prison time and a permanent stain on your reputation are just a few of the many consequences of a conviction. You need a lawyer on your side with the experience to help you minimize the impact these charges could have on your personal life and career.
I am Susan C. Cassell, Esq., and I have practiced law for more than 20 years. I have years of experience handling white collar crimes cases in the state and federal courts for clients throughout Bergen County, Essex County and Passaic County and northern New Jersey. As a former federal prosecutor, I understand how the government handles these cases, as well as strategies that can be used to minimize or eliminate your charges. You can count on me for fierce protection of your rights. To schedule a free consultation with me, call 201-445-3894 or contact me online.
Strong Representation in White Collar Crimes Cases
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines white collar crimes as illegal acts that are characterized by deceit, concealment or violation of trust and which are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence. Penalties for white collar crimes vary in severity based on a person’s criminal record and the severity of the crime.
Look to me for aggressive representation in a wide range of white collar crimes, including:
- Credit card and identity theft
- Bank fraud
- Mail fraud
- Public benefits fraud
- Tax fraud
- Computer hacking
- International trade fraud
I have the experience to powerfully defend you against allegations of white collar crimes. Together, we will fight to have the charges dismissed or reduced.
Contact a Paramus Embezzlement Attorney for a Free Consultation
When the stakes are high, you need an attorney with the knowledge and experience to handle your case. Call 201-445-3894 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation. I am usually available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for initial and emergency consultations, and I can meet with you in a variety of convenient locations, including the Bergen County Courthouse and in jails.