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A white collar crime can be almost any non-violent crime committed by a corporation, government entity, or individual for monetary or commercial gain. For example, when filing tax documents, companies must take special care to declare their income and outline their financial situation. Tampering with those numbers could result in a tax fraud charge.

Many business dealings are complicated. While some companies may intentionally fudge their numbers in hopes of receiving tax breaks, other professionals may simply get the math wrong. One simple mistake may lead to charges of white-collar crime. At Jack Diamond Law Offices, we know that errors happen. With our help, you may be able to prove your innocence before the court. We do our best to get each case dismissed or secure a not-guilty verdict.

Do you need a Boston white collar crime lawyer? Call us today at (617) 925-6772 or contact us online for a free consultation with Jack Diamond Law Offices.


Many white-collar crimes fall under the umbrella of fraud, and there are many different kinds. Most of these offenses are considered federal crimes, as transactions normally occur across state lines.

Examples of Fraud Crimes:

  • Tax fraud: Providing any incorrect information on tax documents
  • Mail fraud: Using the U.S. Postal Service as a way to defraud another person
  • Wire fraud: Using television, radio, or the internet to defraud someone
  • Insurance fraud: Falsifying information to receive undeserved insurance benefits
  • Credit card fraud: Using another person’s credit card without their permission or falsifying information to obtain a credit card

Other White Collar Crimes

Some white collar crimes result in years of prison time, exorbitant fines, probation, or the loss of your business license.

These offenses include:

  • Counterfeiting currency - to imitate or produce money illegally
  • Check forgery - to falsely copy, produce or sign a check on behalf of someone else
  • Bribery - to give or receive something of value in return for an influence or action that you desire
  • Extortion - to obtain something by force or threat, usually money
  • Money laundering - to hide the illegal obtaining of money - usually concealed through a large number of bank transactions or business transactions


In the state of Massachusetts, if you are convicted of committing a white collar crime, you could be facinf severe legal penalties. These penalties can include long prison sentences, large fines, hundreds of hours of community service, probation, and restitution.

Don’t allow a simple mistake or misunderstanding to affect your personal and professional livelihood. You need to talk with the hard-hitting team at Jack Diamond Law Offices. We also have offices in Quincy, Plymouth, and Hingham.

Arrested for a white collar crime? Time is of the essence. Call (617) 925-6772 or contact us online right now and talk with a Boston white collar crime attorney.