Theft, property or other “white collar” crimes usually carry potential sentences that can be suspended or probated, particularly when the amount of financial harm is minimal and/or the offender makes full restitution to the victim.  But, these crimes are often considered “crimes of dishonesty” or “crimes of moral turpitude.”  As a result, a conviction for theft, property or other “white collar” crimes can lead to the loss or suspension of your professional license, and for the non-United States citizens, deportation.  The amount at issue will usually dictate whether the offense is a misdemeanor or felony.  

If you, or someone you know, are facing theft, property or other white collar charges, contact us today to schedule a free consultation to begin to process of retaining Stephen D. Hébert, LLC - Attorney at Law!

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