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White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers In New Fairfield Connecticut

New Fairfield is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 13,953 at the 2000 census. The town is considered part of the greater New York Metropolitan Area as it lies approximately 50 miles from New York City. New Fairfield is one of five towns that surround Candlewood Lake, once a summer resort destination, now mostly populated with many year-round homes in New Fairfield. Although, the lake at its more northern boundary of Sherman and New Milford still contains a large number of summer communities filled with residents from NYC and Western New England. The town has one high school, New Fairfield High School, one middle school for grades 6 through 8, New Fairfield Middle School, one elementary school for grades 3 to 5, Meeting House Hill School, and a primary school for Kindergarten through grade 2, Consolidated Schooland a preschool/day care center,Bright Beginnings.

What is white collar criminal defense?

White Collar Crime connotes a variety of frauds, schemes, corruptions, and commericial offenses committed by business persons, con artists, and public officials. White collar crime refers to a broad range of offenses that have cheating and dishonesty as their central element. Consumer fraud, bribery, and stock manipulation are examples of white collar crimes. Attorneys who handle white collar crime cases represent clients who have been charged with committing non-violent, business-related criminal offenses for financial gain -- including embezzlement, securities fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering. White collar crime attorneys represent individuals or corporations at each stage of a criminal case.

Answers to white collar criminal defense issues in Connecticut

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