Embezzlement is a common “white collar” crime. In other words, it is a non-violent financial offense. Embezzlement occurs when someone takes money from a corporate or private account without permission. Those accused of embezzlement face many potential legal consequences if convicted; thus, it is important to contact an attorney if you are charged with embezzlement or another financial crime.

Those convicted of crimes, including embezzlement, may find both their personal and professional reputations tarnished by their charges. At Hart Powell, S.C., we believe that you deserve an opportunity to clear your name. Discuss your case with a Milwaukee embezzlement defense attorney today to find out more about how we can help you in this regard. Call us now at (414) 271-9595.

Types of Embezzlement

Sometimes, embezzlement involves tens of thousands, or even millions, of dollars. These cases usually involve large corporations. Other times, embezzlement consists of only very small amounts, possibly spread out over a long period of time. Some common targets of embezzlement include:

  • Spouse’s accounts
  • Parents’ accounts
  • Corporate accounts
  • Cash tills

The nature of the embezzlement accusation helps determine the legal consequences. If convicted, you may face fines as well as jail time. Regardless of the circumstances of your embezzlement charge, you should begin planning your defense at the earliest possible time. Having a dedicated lawyer in your corner can make all the difference in your case.

Contact Us

The Milwaukee embezzlement defense attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. defend clients who have been accused of financial crimes. We have helped many clients accused of embezzlement, and we may be able to help you, too. Call us today at (414) 271-9595 for more information.

Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

Last Updated : January 13, 2016