White Collar Crimes Defense Attorney in Sacramento, CA

Investigations of white collar crimes are increasing at both the federal and the state level. Because white collar crime cases are often complicated, it is essential you have a knowledgeable attorney who is experienced in defending white collar crime and is familiar with the white collar crime laws in California.

Examples Of White Collar Crimes

  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Burglary
  • Extortion
  • Forgery
  • Bribery
  • Identity Theft
  • Mail Fraud
  • Internet Fraud
  • Theft
  • Tax Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Insurance Fraud Theft

Money Laundering

One of the more serious white collar crimes that faces strict penalties is that of money laundering.

Money laundering is the act of concealing the origin of stolen money through a transaction specifically designed to cover it up. A money laundering charge may also be imposed on any illegal act that can generate cash flow.

Money laundering is often just one charge in a string of white collar crime charges, since many other crimes are committed as part of the laundering.

Contact Jennifer Mouzis

If you find yourself facing money laundering or any other white collar crime charge, it’s essential that you retain a skilled criminal defense lawyer to review your case.

Jennifer Mouzis is experienced in the areas of money laundering and other forms of white collar crime and can offer you sound advice about what your options are and what your next step should be.

She will devote the time and energy necessary to investigate your case to the fullest and construct a sound defense that will withstand common prosecution tactics. Her goal is to aggressively defend you to preserve your freedoms and your rights, as well as to keep your criminal record clean.

Don’t let money laundering or other white collar crime charges ruin your record and take away your liberties.

Call Jennifer Mouzis today to set up an appointment for a consultation.


(916) 822-8702

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