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Fighting Against Damaging White Collar Criminal Charges

A white collar crime conviction can result in years behind bars, large fines and devastating impacts on your professional and personal reputation. Your best chance at defending your rights is to work with an experienced white collar crimes defense attorney.

At David J.P. Kaloyanides, A Professional Law Corporation, in Long Beach, Mr. Kaloyanides has over 30 years of experience defending clients throughout Los Angeles County against white collar crime charges. Having served as lead counsel on over 400 federal cases, he has a deep understanding of the state and federal court systems. He knows how to craft innovative defenses with your best interests in mind. Mr. Kaloyanides is certified in criminal law by the California Board of Legal Specialization. This distinction honors his immense knowledge and experience in all areas of criminal law.

Helping You Avoid the Devastating Consequences of a White Collar Criminal Conviction

White collar crimes encompass nonviolent offenses committed for financial gain. They involve the use of deceit, concealment or a violation of trust. A common example of a white collar crime is fraud. Fraud crimes can include any activity that uses deceit for financial gain. Fraud crimes can range from credit card fraud, tax fraud, mail fraud to insurance fraud.

In today’s divisive political environment, business as usual is no longer business as usual. What once was innocent political fund raising now raises the specter of political corruption, bribery of elected officials, and solicitation. Whether you are an elected official or a political activist or contributor, if your conduct is under investigation, or if you are facing public corruption charges, you need the experience and expertise of a seasoned federal criminal defense lawyer protecting your rights.

Mr. Kaloyanides can defend you against a variety of white collar crimes, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Extortion
  • Insider trading
  • Bribery
  • Money laundering
  • Public corruption
  • Campaign finance violations
  • Criminal copyright infringement

Although white collar offenses are nonviolent, the punishments of a conviction can still be severe and have significant impacts on different areas of your life. White collar crimes can be charged as federal or California state crimes, depending on the circumstances. Depending on the severity of the offense, you may face years behind bars and large fines. For example, a mail or wire fraud conviction could lead to up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

Get Started on Your Defense Today

White collar crime charges and the legal consequences can be catastrophic. Your freedom, finances and reputation are on the line. If you are under investigation for a white collar crime, contact David J.P. Kaloyanides, A Professional Law Corporation, as soon as possible to get started on your defense. Call him today to schedule a consultation at Call or complete his online contact form to get in touch.