WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
White collar crimes carry extremely harsh penalties in Arizona. Although white collar crimes do not involve violence, the penalties are often similar or more severe than traditionally violent offenses. White collar crimes may carry mandatory imprisonment. If sentenced to probation, courts typically impose white collar terms of probation which may prevent or limit internet access, computer use, and basic banking activities. White collar offenses include financial crimes, computer crimes, fraud, identity theft, bribery, hacking, and insider trading. The same allegations may violate multiple different statutes. Prosecutors often rely on the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) to charge an individual with racketeering for any two violations of dozens of state and federal offenses. Elizabeth Mullins is experienced with both state and federal white collar crimes. She has tried multiple white collar cases before a jury and has an extensive network of experts in the fields of forensic accounting and computers to ensure every avenue of defense is explored.