White Collar crime loosely refers to embezzlement and grand theft by a business or government professional or employee. There are different types and the penalties carry different levels of severity. If you have been charged with any type of white collar crime, you need an attorney who has experience in forensic accounting and who has experts to work with and challenge the state’s evidence. You have TOO MUCH AT STAKE to try and take this on yourself. At Brooks, LeBoeuf, Bennett, Foster & Gwartney we work with forensic accountants who can assist us with these cases and we have the experience and resources to extensively investigate your case to get the best possible outcome for you.