Virginia & D.C. White Collar Crime Defense Lawyer

There are a number of complex factors that come into play when dealing with white collar crimes, so you need a lawyer familiar with the challenges you face. If you have been charged with a theft or fraud offense in Northern Virginia or the District of Columbia, you are likely facing very serious consequences. The threshold between a misdemeanor and felony theft or fraud offense is quite low. Therefore, you may be facing substantial jail time if you are charged with a felony. Many felony charges carry a punishment of up to 20 years in prison. A criminal defense lawyer can help if you are charged with these and other theft offenses:

  • Shoplifting
  • Embezzlement
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Money Laundering
  • Burglary
  • Receiving Stolen Goods
  • Computer theft and fraud offenses
  • Issuing bad checks
  • Identity Theft and Identity Fraud
  • Credit Card Theft/Forgery/Fraud
  • False Pretense
  • Grand Theft Auto
  • Receipt of a Stolen Vehicle
  • Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle

Mr. Gore has clear, proven strengths in case building, negotiations and trial defense. If you have been falsely accused of a crime or unjustly targeted for investigation, you can benefit from an all-out effort to avoid charges or get them dismissed. If you made a mistake and want the chance to set things right, we are prepared to advocate for consequences that may include restitution, counseling, community service and probation.

Contact Us

If you need to speak with a theft/white collar crimes criminal defense lawyer about a theft or fraud charge in Northern Virginia or D.C., contact Mark B. Gore. We are located in Fairfax, Virginia. To schedule an appointment or speak with an attorney by phone, call 703-385-7300. You are welcome to send us a confidential e-mail as well.

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