Embezzlement charges generally involve a violation of trust when an employer (principal) has entrusted an employee (agent) with money or other type of property. An embezzlement arrest or investigation typically follows when the entrusted agent uses his or her position to convert the money into use for his or her own benefit.
State Street Law can develop and present a strong defense on your behalf if you have been charged with, or are under investigation for, embezzlement, fraud or any white collar crime.
Talk to an attorney today to fight embezzlement charges. Call State Street Law toll free at 800.258.1972 or e-mail us to schedule your free case evaluation.Know Your Rights and Your Options
We provide aggressive representation to people throughout Michigan facing embezzlement charges. Our team of trial attorneys often brings in professionals such as forensic accountants and other financial professionals to provide detailed analysis of the government's evidence. We develop and present strong defenses that result in favorable negotiations with the prosecution.
It is vital that you know your rights, your legal options and the potential penalties upon conviction. Choose the State Street Law to build a strong defense on your behalf and minimize consequences such as:
- Misdemeanor offense penalties for embezzlement under $200: up to 93 days incarceration and/or $500 fine or three times the amount embezzled
- Misdemeanor offense penalties for embezzlement of at least $200 but less than $1,000 or repeat offender: up to one year incarceration and/or $2,000 fine or three times the amount embezzled
- Felony offense penalties for embezzlement of at least $1,000 but less than $20,000 or repeat offender: up to five years incarceration and/or $10,000 fine or three times the amount embezzled
- Felony offense penalties for embezzlement of $20,000 or more or repeat offender: up to ten years incarceration and/or $15,000 fine or three times the amount embezzled
Contact State Street Law today to arrange your free case evaluation.