White Collar Criminal Defense

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No term in criminal practice gets more volume of coinage and misuse than "white collar crime." Firms fearing the implicit dirt on their white shoes often take pains to illustrate the difference between crimes against persons (murder, rape, and robbery, to name three) and crimes involving property (fraud, theft, and corruption, to name three more).

Here's the hard truth: crime is crime. The best criminal lawyers understand this, even as they distinguish criminal cases with more sophisticated means and defenses from those grounded in bad blood, bad business, or both.

When searching for a law firm to defend you or your company for crimes allegedly committed in the course of business, look first for trial lawyers with the skills to unravel a paper trail, to present information to a jury, and to do so while keeping a firm grasp of what is important to the clients who consult them: avoiding prison, preserving a business, and holding down the cost of obtaining both objectives.

Jack Furlong and Scott Krasny are criminal trial lawyers certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and they have received an AV Preeminent* peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available. Our attorneys have handled and tried a broad spectrum of individual and corporate criminal cases. Based in West Trenton, New Jersey, we maintain a national white collar criminal defense practice – we have represented defendants from New York to Tampa to San Diego. We have defended clients charged with offenses such as:

  • Mortgage and securities fraud
  • Commercial bribery
  • Official corruption
  • Insurance fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Tax fraud
  • Sophisticated international bank fraud involving billions of dollars of misapplication of funds
  • Issuing or using fraudulent international bills of lading
  • Medicare fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Obstruction of federal investigations

We do not publicize our clients' names or results to protect their privacy, but we invite you to meet with us, discuss your case, and decide for yourself if we have what it takes. If you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us for more information.