What penalties do people accused of committing white collar crimes face?

Penalties for white collar crimes in New York can vary depending on the nature and severity of the offense. They are determined based on the details of the case. For example, individuals with no criminal history could be given a reduced sentence or probation.

Penalties can include, fines, probation, prison time or a combination of punishments according to New York’s sentencing guidelines for white collar crimes. With experienced legal representation, it may be possible for defendants to receive less than the maximum level of sentencing.

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