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Tucson White Collar Crime Attorneys

Facing Serious Nonviolent Crimes in the Greater Tucson Area

A crime is classified as "white collar" if it is nonviolent, usually involving fraud, forgery, or other illegal transactions involving money. At Your Arizona Lawyer, we have served hundreds of clients facing criminal charges for white collar crimes. We have developed skilled techniques for protecting your rights through these proceedings and look forward to protecting your future freedoms.

Our Tucson criminal defense attorneys offer free consultations. Schedule yours at the office most convenient for you by calling (520) 467-5100.

Accessible Knowledge & Informative Resources in the Greater Tucson Area

We make ourselves available to our clients around the clock, every day of the week, to help you feel more at ease with the way your case is proceeding. We comprehensively answer your concerns and questions regarding the laws and options pertaining to your case. Our Tucson criminal defense attorneys work with you personally to give you counsel and guidance, helping you feel empowered when it comes to these serious charges.

We provide professional legal representation for cases involving:

  • Health care fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Larceny
  • Identity theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Bribery
  • Internet and computer crimes
  • Forgery
  • Counterfeiting
  • Copyright infringement
  • Insider trading
  • Advanced schemes and scams
  • Telemarketing fraud

As this list is not exhaustive, we encourage new clients to schedule a free consultation with one of our Tucson white collar crimes lawyers to find out how we can specifically help you through your charges.

Facing Felony Charges?

Many white collar crimes are quickly elevated to felonies given certain criteria. For example, any crime that involves the theft of more than $1,000 is classified as a felony in the state of Arizona. This applies to the majority of white collar crimes, which often deal with even larger amounts of money.

A felony conviction damages your reputation and future job prospects. Ask our skilled Tucson criminal defense attorneys to walk you through your options by calling (520) 467-5100 today.