Typically considered a “white collar crime,” embezzlement occurs when a person entrusted with the monitoring or management of someone else’s assets deliberately appropriates them for their own financial gain. There are a variety of circumstances that can result in embezzlement charges, and a conviction can carry fines and possible prison terms of one to 10 years.
Being investigated for or charged with embezzlement is a serious situation with far-reaching implications. As such, you’ll need to work with someone who understands the intricacies of the laws governing embezzlement. We are dedicated to protecting our clients’ rights. We take very seriously each clients’ right to a fair trial and the fact that each and every individual we represent is innocent until proven guilty beyond all reasonable doubt.
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