Charged with a White Collar Crime? Contact Us Today
White collar crime generally refers to crime that’s committed with a pen, as opposed to a gun or a knife, and it almost always involves stealing money, usually from a business. These kinds of crimes are generally well documented because people keep records when it comes to their money. So, a lot of times, these cases are easy for the state to prove, but the thing that they all have in common is that someone’s out a lot of money and really wants it back. Generally, in these cases, giving back the money can make a big difference in the way that people get sentenced.
So, we always explore the possibility that returning the property might allow our clients to get a reduced sentence, or a reduced charge, or maybe even a dismissal. It doesn’t work in every case, but it might work in yours. Why don’t you give us a call at 919-832-7700? I’m Seth Blum, and here at Kurtz & Blum, we’re in your corner.
Seth A. Blum is a graduate of Tufts University and Duke Law School. He also holds a Master’s Degree from the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy Studies. Seth is an experienced trial attorney who is licensed and has tried cases in both North Carolina State and Federal Courts. Seth is an Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at the University of North Carolina School of Law. He regularly teaches other lawyers advanced trial techniques.