There are several possible defenses to a white collar charge. The defense is individual and unique to each person depending on the circumstances.
One possible defense is that it wasn’t you. The government, whether it is state or federal, must show that you are the person who committed the crime. If it wasn’t you, that can be a valid defense.
Another possible defense can be lack of intent. Maybe you didn’t realize that you did not have sufficient funds in the bank when you wrote the check. Or maybe you did some duties as a part of your job not knowing your boss was doing something fraudulent. Lack of intent is a defense in some situations.
There are other defenses that may be available to you. When you call an experienced attorney, they can explore all of your options and possibilities with you.
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