White Collar Crimes
Nassau County White Collar Crimes Lawyers
Serving Clients Throughout Long Island and the Five Boroughs. Call (888) 966-8480 Today!
Have you or a loved one been charged or are being investigated for a white collar crime? Our team of Nassau County criminal defense lawyers is experienced and tough. At Foley Griffin, we know how to fight aggressively in order to protect your rights. White collar crimes are complex cases. You need the right lawyer on your side.
We offer serious litigation for serious crimes – a conviction can carry harsh penalties and derail any future plans you may have in regards to housing or employment. Regardless of the obstacles you face, no case is too complex for our attorneys. We are well-versed in our legal abilities and will work tirelessly to secure the most favorable outcome on your behalf.
Call (888) 966-8480 to learn how Foley Griffin can help today.
Why Choose Foley Griffin?
At Foley Griffin, we take what we do very seriously. Our community-focused firm was established in 1997. We are involved in our local bar association and have compiled a long list of accolades within our industry including 10.0 Superb Ratings from Avvo and the title of Practitioner of the Year. As former state prosecutors, we have the experience necessary to represent you effectively, no matter how complex or challenging your case may seem.
What Is a "White Collar Crime"?
Penalties for White Collar Crimes in New York
Many white collar crimes are classified as category B or category C felonies in New York. Penalties for the conviction of a white collar crime could include:
- Between one and 20 years in prison
- Up to $100,000.00 in fines
- Additional financial penalties such as attorneys’ fees, restitution, and more
Additionally, many of these crimes are charged at the federal level and carry the strict penalties of federal courts. Having a proven Nassau County white collar criminal defense attorney on your side can make the difference in protecting your future and your freedom.
Proven Criminal Defense in Long Island
At Foley Griffin, our partners are all former prosecutors. We are seasoned trial attorneys who have litigated criminal matters from both sides of the courtroom. Our legal advocates are known for building proactive, powerhouse defenses. We know how to protect our clients’ rights, help them avoid jail, and keep their records clear of criminal charges and convictions. Our results speak for themselves.
Don’t worry: Our team is on your side. We can help you fight these charges and pursue a positive outcome. Call Foley Griffin now for a free case evaluation.
Winning For Our ClientsNot Just Promises, But Real Results
We have a proven track record to back up our claims of success. Because we take every case extremely seriously, we prepare each one as if it's going to trial. We also employ whatever resources are necessary to produce the best possible outcomes for our clients. It's one thing to say you can achieve great results, but another thing to show that you have delivered them time and time again over many years.
- Case Won Nassau DWI “Wall Of Shame” Case — B V. Suozzi
- Change in Policy Nassau County Grand Jury Case — People V.W
- Dismissal NYC Vehicular Manslaughter Case
- No Jail Sentence New York Mail And Wire Fraud Case — US V. N
- Dismissal New York Felony Case
- Dismissal NY Mortgage And Bank Fraud Case — US V. F
- Not Guilty New York City DWI Case — People V. B
“Brian Griffin is a master in the courtroom! He got both of my charges dismissed.”- C.S.
What We Bring to The TableChoosing the Right Firm Matters
75 Years of Shared Legal Experience
When it comes to serious legal matters, there is no substitute for experience and a successful track record.
Millions Recovered For Our Clients
At Foley Griffin, we don't just advertise results, we've built a career on delivering them for our clients.
Highly Effective Trial Lawyers
As former prosecutors our lawyers understand the other side of the law and know how to win in the courtroom.
Tailored Approach to Each Case
We're dedicated to our clients! Sometimes this means we take on less cases so that we can commit the necessary time and energy to achieve success.