Criminal Defense

A white-collar crime, such as embezzlement or official misconduct, typically refers to a type of criminal offense committed by professionals using deception, as opposed to crimes that involve violence or force. In actuality, our New York clients can include the average worker to owners of publicly traded companies. In New York, allegations of a white-collar crime are a serious matter and can carry severe penalties, including loss of employment and pension. They are often prosecuted in the three New York Federal Courts although New York State Courts have seen a steady increase in white collar crimes cases over recent years.

Unlike street crimes, there is usually no emergency that requires law enforcement to immediately arrest the suspect. Thus, it is not uncommon for a white collar crime investigation to last years without an arrest. Your first indication that you are a suspect could be the receipt of a subpoena or a call from law enforcement asking you to submit to questioning. It is extremely important to contact an attorney as soon as you think you may be a suspect. Your best defense may very well depend on who you call for help. If you are the subject of internal investigations, private investigations, subpoenas for records and/or testimony or you receive contact from law enforcement officials requesting that you make a statement, contact Ali & Bains immeidately. We are ready to help you at any time, day or night! Our team of tough, smart attorneys can assist you with any of the following:

  • Money Laundering; Illegal Investment
  • Bribery
  • Commercial Bribery
  • Political Corruption, Unlawful Benefits
  • Corruption of Public Resources
  • Wrongful Credit Practices, Criminal Usury
  • Unlicensed Practice of Medicine
  • Theft by Extortion
  • Embezzlement
  • Theft by failure to make required disposition
  • Misapplication of Entrusted Property
  • Official Misconduct
  • Pattern of Official Misconduct
  • Misconduct by corporate counsel
  • Deceptive Business Practices
  • Unauthorized Practice of Medicine
  • Unauthorized Practice of Law
  • Tampering with Public Records or Information,
  • Perjury
  • Corporate crimes: insider trading, anti-trust, price fixing
  • False Representations for Government Contract
  • Anti-kickback laws
  • Racketeering
  • Conspiracy
  • Tax Evasion
  • Environmental Crimes
  • Abandonment of Hazardous Waste
  • Recklessly Transporting Solid Waste, Illegal Disposal
  • Illegal Dumping in Ocean or Wetlands
  • Illegal Dumping of Medical Waste
  • Promoting Gambling
  • Possession of Gambling Records
  • Possession of a Gambling Device



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Suite 1700
Forest Hill, NY