white collar allegations?


The famous mobster, Al Capone, who was accused of many violent and organized crimes including murder, was simply caught, accused of and successfully tried and convicted primarily for tax and (at the time) prohibition related crimes. He was never found guilty of murder despite his well known violent reputation. This speaks volumes to how easy it is for the federal or state agencies and governments to investigate and obtain a conviction when it comes to white collar, tax related, financial crimes, and other scams and frauds when compared to the typical murder or other violent crime trials.

Most white collar and financial crimes are investigated by adept local and federal agencies such as the FBI, the IRS, as well as Texas Auditors Office, among others. As a fraud and white collar crime attorney, Alex Houthuijzen can help defend individuals, companies and cases involving:

  • Tax fraud and tax evasion

  • Bank fraud

  • Check fraud

  • Mail fraud

  • Ponzi schemes and other scams

  • Wire fraud

  • Credit card & debit card fraud

  • Arson for profit

  • Other insurance fraud

  • Financial institution fraud

  • Bankruptcy fraud

  • Federal procurement fraud

  • Federal program fraud

  • Computer & internet fraud

  • Advance fee schemes

  • Other fraud against businesses

  • Consumer fraud

  • Securities fraud

  • Commodities fraud

  • Other investment fraud

  • Fraudulent use or possession of identifying information

  • Medicare, medicaid, and other health care fraud

  • Social security fraud

  • Fraud against insurance providers

  • Intellectual property violations

  • Trademark violations

  • Trade in fake and counterfeit goods

  • Insider fraud against insurance providers

  • MEWA (Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements) fraud or MET

  • Airline antitrust violation

  • Bank antitrust violation

  • Financial markets antitrust violations

  • All other antitrust violations

  • Telemarketing fraud

  • Corporate fraud

  • Identity theft

  • Racketeering or RICO

  • Forgery

  • Aggravated identity theft

  • Legal malpractice

  • Medical malpractice

  • Gambling crimes & gaming frauds

  • Embezzlement

  • Money laundering

If you or a loved one have been accused of any of these often serious white collar crimes in Houston or anywhere else in the state of Texas, it is in your best interest to contact a young and smart white collar and fraud criminal defense attorney like Alex Houthuijzen to help protect your rights and freedoms against these criminal allegations as soon as possible.


Remember, time and the paper trail in these cases are just not on your side after a white collar or fraud arrest and allegation has been made. A white collar crime conviction can often result in serious and even permanent loss of potential for employment, finding proper housing, and use of computer and financial system privileges. Fraud convictions can virtually eliminate chances of any Proper gainful employment or use of financial or banking systems in the future. Fraud is a serious crime and some famous fraudsters and serious white collar criminals have previously been known to receive sentences that basically amounted to life in prison-as was more recently the case with convicted ponzi scheme scammer Bernie Madoff



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