The state of Colorado is one of the most educated states in the nation. Of the 50 states, it has the second highest percentage of residents who hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Denver’s numbers are just as impressive. 90.3% of Metro Denver residents have completed high school and 41.7% have obtained a bachelor’s degree or higher—a statistic on par with the statewide percentage of 37.5%.
As a part of the Denver workforce, we at the Law Office of Andres R. Guevara are proud of our city and state’s high education attainment rates. But a highly educated workforce is not exempt from criminal activity within
The term white-collar crime was coined back in 1939 as “crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation.” These are typically agreed upon as nonviolent crimes committed in commercial settings for financial gain and range from all types of fraud to environmental law violations to money laundering.
If you are a Denver resident and have been charged with a white-collar crime, it is critical that you take these charges very seriously as you could face stiff penalties. Contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Andres R. Guevara today for the help you need in fighting your charges aggressively.