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White collar crime attorneys focus on clients that have been charged with a non-violent crime related to their businesses or financial operations.
This often includes money laundering, securities fraud, embezzlement, insider trading, tax evasion, price-fixing, and health care fraud.
White collar criminal lawyers work to refute or reduce the charges brought against an individual and have extensive knowledge of the business regulation and practices as well as legal proceedings.
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