White Collar Crimes

Denver White Collar Crime Defense Attorneys 

What Is White Collar Crime?

These are financially motivated, nonviolent offenses that take many shapes and forms. Some of the most common types include embezzlement, securities fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering. Many of those who are arrested for and charged with white-collar crimes are in some position of power in business or government. 

If you are under investigation for a white-collar crime or are already facing charges, do not hesitate to reach out. Denver white-collar crime defense attorneys J.Y. Kang and Vince Buckmelter are highly experienced litigators, who both worked as deputy district attorneys for the state. They understand how Colorado prosecutes these types of crimes and use this knowledge to craft strong defense strategies. 

Our office is unique, as we are not one law firm. Instead, Attorney Kang and Attorney Buckmelter operate their respective firms separately but often collaborate—especially when it is in the best interests of their clients. If you trust your case with either J.Y. Kang PC or Buckmelter Law, LLC, you will have decades of experience working on your behalf. The consequences of a white-collar crime conviction are severe, so do not delay.

Call (303) 223-3762 or connect online. Attorney Kang and Attorney Buckmelter serve the Denver metro area, as well as Vail, Boulder, Aurora, Commerce City, Westminster, Arvada, Lakewood, and Golden.


Case Results

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  • Charges Dismissed Felony Second Degree Assault
  • Charges Dismissed Felony Criminal Mischief and Trespass
  • Charges Dismissed Domestic Violence Assault Case
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Are White Collar Crimes Federal Offenses?

It is important to understand that the consequences of charges for white-collar crime can extend beyond state-level penalties. Certain offenses might also violate federal laws, which means that federal investigative agencies could prosecute a case. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) all can pursue litigation against individuals they believe committed financial crimes. 

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