Taking of property from someone else with the intent of depriving them of that property constitutes a theft crime, however there are many ways in which this can be done. In some cases, those who have been entrusted with access to property may use that access to steal it. When theft occurs by someone held in a position of trust with access to that property, you have the unique white collar crime of embezzlement.
Embezzlement cases can be complex, which means it is strongly advised you seek a Nassau County criminal defense lawyer who can help you navigate your case. The experienced team at Foley Griffin, LLP can provide you with hard-hitting and aggressive defense that places your best interests at the forefront of all our decisions. For nearly 20 years, we have stood by the side of clients who have faced a wide range of criminal charges, including theft crimes and white collar crimes. Our practice has seen us obtain accolades such as a 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo.
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Like other theft crimes, embezzlement charges are primarily levied based on the value of the property stolen in each instance, but the nature of the victim and the type of property stolen could also affect the exact charges.
Because of the serious nature of white collar crimes, prosecutors frequently try to seek maximum possible penalties. This means that you should not hesitate to seek legal counsel from a knowledgeable defense attorney who can put the law on your side.
For assistance with your embezzlement charges, contact Foley Griffin, LLP online now!