Virginia/D.C. White Collar Crimes Criminal Defense Attorney

White collar crimes and fraud offenses are a unique and highly complex area of criminal law. Unlike many other criminal charges, fraud and white collar crime allegations are often based on complex financial documents and transactions. It is critical that your criminal defense attorney conduct a proper investigation to obtain and preserve evidence, information, and witness accounts. Moreover, it is of utmost importance that your attorney have extensive trial experience so that he possess the ability to properly object to the admission of documentary evidence, witness testimony, and other evidence that should be excluded.

People charged with white collar crimes or a fraud offense in Northern Virginia or the District of Columbia can find the experienced legal representation through attorney Mark Gore. The firm handles a wide range of fraud and white collar crime offenses, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Money
  • Laundering
  • All forms of fraud
  • Computer Fraud
  • Forging & Uttering False Pretenses
  • Check Fraud
  • False statements to obtain property/credit/public aidIdentity theft and credit card fraud
  • Fake license: sale/possession/manufacture

If you have been charged with a criminal offense known as a white collar crime, then you have been accused of committing a crime with the primary motivation of financial gain. These are illegal acts that typically are committed by individuals who are in high positions of authority and are respected because of their social status. Individuals who handle investments or accounting in corporate offices, for example, have often found themselves under investigation for committing white collar crimes. If you or a loved one has been accused of a white collar crime, it is important to take action and secure aggressive defense from a criminal defense lawyer. As your attorney, Mr. Gore can fight to protect your rights and obtain lesser charges or penalties for you.

The term white collar crime comprises a wide array of criminal acts that are committed in a business or professional setting for financial gain. Those accused of white collar crimes face not only the pressures of criminal prosecution, but also negative publicity and catastrophic damage to their finances. Penalties for white collar crimes range from probation, fines, criminal forfeiture, to lengthy prison sentences. Mr. Gore understands the severity of the consequences for his clients and takes criminal charges very seriously.

If you are under suspicion or investigation for white collar crime charges, a criminal defense attorney can promptly inform you on how to respond. Under no circumstances should you talk to anyone without an attorney! Your silence cannot be used against you. However, statements made to the police investigators without the presence of an experienced attorney by your side can seriously jeopardize your defense options. We represent clients in state, local and federal jurisdictions.

Aggressive representation by a qualified criminal defense lawyer can facilitate the dismissal of charges by the prosecution, enter into a favorable plea agreement or negotiate a less severe punishment. Effective representation can also reduce or eliminate potential civil consequences of criminal prosecution such as claims for restitution, damages and forfeiture.

Contact A White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Today

If you have been contacted by the police or charged with a crime, your rights, freedom, and livelihood are in jeopardy. No matter what the charges, no matter how complex the case, we have the background and the legal expertise to provide the aggressive and highly skilled legal representation you deserve. At The Law Office of Mark B. Gore we offer confidential free initial consultations to our clients facing investigations and charges of white collar crimes. We are happy to discuss the details of the situation you find yourself in and help you take the steps you need to preserve your name and freedom. Please call us at (703) 385-7300 or email us to set up an appointment.

Please use this form to tell us about yourself and your case or ask us questions.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)


Brief description of your legal case

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.