White Collar Crime Can Get the Feds Involved

Credit: DavidDAnthony Aponick was a businessman for 30 years. Sometimes his business practices were legitimate and at other times it was connected with his activities with the Bonnano crime family. Aponick was engaged in racketeering and loan sharking… and he was also informing for the FBI.

While Mr. Aponick’s case sounds a bit like something out of a movie, the truth is that anyone in business can be caught up in being accused of white collar crime. When someone is accused of a white collar crime, people just are not aware that the prosecutors in such cases involving organized or white collar crime will also tailor their prosecution to the experience and knowledge of the attorney of the accused. Winning the case and sizing up the arguments of the other side plays an important role in how a case plays out in court. With Kellis Law on your side, you will have an attorney and a legal team that has a proven reputation and experience in defending our clients.

If you have been accused of extortion, fraud, or any other type of white collar crimes, having the expertise of the Law offices of Steven. E. Kellis on your side can be your first step to a solid defense. Kellis Law has worked for over 21 years in the area of both State and Federal case and knows how many of these agencies work. He can ask the right questions that can potentially get your sentence reduced or depending on how your case was handled by authorities, dismissed. You have rights and the Law Offices of Steven E. Kellis will be there to make certain that those rights are upheld.

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