White Collar Crime
Victor Rotolo successfully argues before the NJ Supreme Court in a case of constitutional import, in which the Court ruled that a DUI conviction cannot be used in any later DUI case for sentencing purposes if, (1) the individual plead or was found guilty, and (2) the individual was not advised of his/her right to counsel and, as to indigent individuals, the right to assigned counsel.
You have worked long, hard hours to become successful in your chosen career. Your success is built on a rock-solid reputation. Now you seem to be losing everything because you’ve been accused of a white-collar crime. Don’t let an accusation tarnish your reputation; contact Rotolo Karch Law to represent you.
An accusation of a white-collar crime is a very serious matter with potentially lifelong implications. You must take every step possible to obtain the best resolution in order to minimize the potential devastation that a record of a white-collar crime can impose on your life. The first step is to obtain a good criminal attorney.
As a former police officer in Elizabeth, NJ, Victor Rotolo is fully familiar with police practices. As an experienced criminal defense attorney, Victor Rotolo is your advocate in the courtroom. This combination of experience enables Victor Rotolo to defend his clients.
Victor A. Rotolo has been included on the List of New Jersey Super Lawyers in the years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, marking his fourteenth year of inclusion on this list. The list of New Jersey Super Lawyers is generated by the Thomson Reuters organization which employs the following methodology and set of standards to compile the list each year. Super Lawyers Selection Methodology [No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court.]
Victor A. Rotolo is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney.
"A certified attorney is more than just an attorney who specializes in a particular area of law. A New Jersey attorney who is certified by the Supreme Court as a civil trial attorney must have:
- been a member in good standing of the New Jersey bar for over 5 years
- demonstrated a substantial level of experience in civil trial law
- been favorably evaluated by other attorneys and judges familiar with his or her work
- taken and passed a written examination in civil trial law."
Source: Supreme Court of New Jersey, Board on Attorney Certification, Brochure on Certified Civil Trial Attorney. See Rule 1:39: Specialty Certification of Attorneys.
According to a paper published by the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information services (CJIS) Division, the Bureau has defined white-collar crime as illegal acts, which are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust but are not violent in nature.
Whether you are an individual that has been charged with a white-collar crime or you work at a company that is accused of white-collar crimes, adept legal representation is critically important. Once a reputation is tarnished by allegations of a white-collar offense, what was a once-solid reputation can be damaged. For businesses, revenues and profits are impacted.
If you are being charged with a white-collar crime or your company is accused of white-collar criminal activity, you need effective legal representation that will minimize the possible devastating impact that a conviction can cause. Since white-collar crimes are punishable by the imposition of a fine, time in prison or house arrest, an accusation cannot be taken lightly. It is definitely time to retain the services of a competent criminal defense attorney.
Some white-collar criminal behaviors that can be handled by the attorneys at Rotolo Karch Law: academic crime, bribery, computer crime, contract fraud, counterfeiting, ecology law violations, embezzlement, environmental law violations, false advertising and misrepresentation of products, false and fraudulent actions on loans, debts and credits, false pretenses, forgery, fraudulent checks, health and safety laws, health care providers fraud, home improvement frauds, impersonation, insufficient funds checks, insurance fraud, investment scams, jury tampering, kickbacks, mail fraud, religious fraud, sports bribery, tax law violations, telemarketing or boiler room scams, telephone fraud, travel scams, welfare fraud, and wire fraud.