White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes like fraud and embezzlement involve deceit and concealment, usually for some financial benefit. While white collar crimes do not involve physical violence, these crimes are still treated very seriously under both Illinois and federal law. Many white collar or financial crimes are felonies, and carry punishments of significant jail time and heavy fines and financial penalties.

If you are charged with any type of white collar crime, there is another very significant danger: the risk of losing your livelihood and reputation. If you are convicted of a white collar crime, even if you do not spend time in jail, there is a great chance you will lose your job, and a professional license if you have one. As for future employment, not many employers are willing to take a chance on hiring someone with a conviction for a crime involving dishonesty. A conviction of a white collar crime can ruin your prospects, your relationships, and your reputation.

Beuke & Beuke represents clients charged with all types of white collar crime, including:

  • Identity theft
  • Securities fraud
  • Banking or financial institution fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Internet fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Check fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bribery and extortion
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement
  • Employee theft
  • RICO offenses

At Beuke & Beuke, we know the risks you face when you are charged with white collar crime in Illinois. We understand the case from both sides, and work to expose any weaknesses in the state's case. A strong defense is your best investment. If you have been charged, or believe you may be, don't delay in getting help. Contact Beuke & Beuke immediately so that we can get to work protecting your rights and your future.

Attorneys:  Rick Beuke, Peter Beuke