Columbia White Collar Crimes
Attorney Jack B. Swerling vigorously defends clients accused of a so-called white collar crime in Columbia, South Carolina. White collar crime generally refers to charges of non-violent fraud and involves people at every economic level.
An attorney who works tirelessly to defend his clients, Mr. Swerling frequently works with individuals accused of:
A check is a legal agreement to pay a business or individual. If you write a check on account that does not have sufficient funds to cover the check, or on an account that has been closed, you can be charged with check fraud in South Carolina. In addition, if the charges include using another person’s name on the check, you could be charged with forgery and identity theft. A South Carolina check fraud lawyer is necessary to defend yourself against such charges.
Credit card fraud
Credit card fraud involves the use of a revoked or fraudulent credit card or credit card numbers to obtain property or services. Credit card fraud is often closely linked to Internet fraud and identity theft. If you have been accused this crime, Mr. Swerling can act as your South Carolina credit card fraud attorney.
Investment and securities fraud charges can be filed against an officer or director of a company for actions that include:
- Making a material misrepresentation about the company or its stock value
- Withholding information material to the company (e.g., the loss of a significant customer)
- Unlawfully disclosing confidential information related to the company’s stock value
Jack Swerling provides services as a South Carolina securities fraud attorney.
Embezzlement or breach of trust
In SC, embezzlement attorney Jack Swerling defends clients charged with the theft of assets (money or property) from a business or organization. Embezzlement generally arises when people are entrusted with access to and control over the assets that are stolen.
In South Carolina, it is a federal and state crime for individuals or businesses to purposefully avoid paying federal, state, or local taxes. The IRS is a difficult adversary, so if you are charged or think you might be charged, it is essential for you to retain an experienced SC tax evasion attorney, such as Jack Swerling.
White collar crime defense in South Carolina
If you are charged with—or suspect you are under investigation for—any white collar crime, it is important to realize that the ramifications can be serious, including:
- Serving significant prison time
- Paying significant fines and restitution
- Forfeiting your assets
- Living with a ruined reputation
Contact a South Carolina White Collar Crime Attorney Today
Your best defense depends on retaining an experienced South Carolina criminal defense lawyer, such as Jack Swerling, who will fight vigorously and tirelessly for you and your family. Contact the office of Jack B. Swerling today at 800-701-0599.