Boca Raton White Collar Crimes & Attorney

Experienced White Collar defense attorney in Boca Raton, Florida.


Every person charged with white collar crime deserves a strong and aggressive defense. Michael D. Becker will not only fight for your rights but also secure your freedom. He is your best option to win. For a free consultation, please call (305) 538-0520 so we can discuss your case.

White collar crimes are financially motivated crimes committed by individuals or businesses without using any kind of physical violence. They are one of the most common crime in the US, however, a lot of people are not aware of the actions that may be considered as a “white collar crime.” The 42% of the reported cases were just computer crimes. It means that they were produced with a computer through the internet. 


They are prosecuted by the federal government in Federal Court.  If you are charged or are being investigated for a white collar crime, Michael D. Becker will provide you an individualized defense for your one-of-a-kind case. Unlike new & fresh white collar attorneys who have no prior experience with the criminal justice system, Michael D. Becker has handled numerous white collar crime cases with great success representing big and small clients over 20 years.

The criminal penalties for a white collar crime varies depending on whether it is prosecuted at the federal or state level and the amount of money involved in the crime. This  penalties include fines, home detention, paying the prosecution cost, forfeitures, community confinement, supervised release, and prison. So, it is essential to investigate the circumstances of your case and the jurisdiction as well as establish a customized method to make sure that your legal rights are secured as soon as possible.


1. Fraud: It is committed by misrepresenting facts in order to gain something in return.

2. Insider Trading: It is a crime if a securities transaction is engaged in by a person who have special knowledge not available to others.

3. Bribery: It is committed when a person uses something of value, usually money, to influence someone to act in a specific way.

4. Forgery: The altering or use of a falsified document (check, contract, or other document), with the intention to defraud. Another types of white collar crime: • Medicare fraud • Insider trading • Tax evasion • Racketeering


  • Federal & State Crimes

  • White Collar Crimes

  • Medicare Fraud

  • Internet & Computer Crimes

  • Bank Fraud

  • Drug trafficking & possession

  • Sex Crimes

  • Gun Crimes

  • Theft Crimes

  • DUI Defense

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What my clients have to say:

"Strong character, unwavering dedication, with clear understanding of the law"

“Strong character, unwavering dedication, with clear understanding of the law moreover he quickly brings a sense of comfort in the legal matters at hand. Michael D Becker is my best choice in representation hence the best in over all value. Peace of mind is worth more; Experience and brilliance are not extra extraordinary. It's just the way Mr Becker provides his service."

Daniel D. Curtis

"He kept all of us updated as the case progressed"

“He kept all of us updated as the case progressed, and he went above and beyond, visiting my home to collect discovery personally and taking my oft-times bizarre from-confinement-calls at all hours. He did this all with a disarming yet professional manner which put me and my family at ease during a very stressful time."

Angel H.

"He was Bold, Direct, Honest. Told me like it was."

"When I got arrested I was being told all different stories from different attorney's I was recommended to Mr Becker. He was Bold, Direct, Honest. Told me like it was. No BS. Most Attorney's want to tell you what you want to hear. He does not."

Steven A.