What is a white collar crime?
Although it is not an official legal term, “white collar crime” is generally used in the legal field to classify a non-violent crime or offense committed by a public servant, official, or someone with a high level of social status. In most cases, white collar crime involves some type of fraud of theft for financial gain. The term may refer to actions such as embezzling, price fixing, insider trading, and many more.
If you have been accused of committing a crime that might be classified as white collar, we can help to ensure that your legal rights and interests are vigorously protected. Contact an Appleton criminal defense attorney of Kohler & Hart, S.C., by calling 414-271-9595 today.