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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Experience counts when defending against criminal charges

On Behalf of | Aug 11, 2017 | White Collar Crimes

Ohio residents spend years building their reputation, either as a dedicated and loyal worker or business owner or as an impeccable member of their society. Maintaining that reputation is often a crucial part of their career, as people are willing to work with someone they trust unhesitatingly. It is unfortunate then that white-collar criminal charges, levied so quickly at times, have the effect of tarnishing one’s reputation and career so quickly.

Even though an arrest doesn’t mean a conviction, people are quick to jump to conclusions and assume the worst. This is why white-collar criminal charges, most of them related to fraud and deception, taint one’s image. Even being taken in for questioning raises doubts in other’s minds. It is therefore very important to consider fighting them quickly and aggressively. Especially in cases such as criminal copyright infringement, where one often does not even know the law has been broken but can face serious criminal penalties.

Lawyers at our firm have defended clients over the past ten years for a number of alleged actions, including a wide variety of white collar crimes. Much of the process takes place in federal court or through grand jury questioning; thus, the process is different from what one expects in state courts. Experience specifically in federal court is essential and lawyers at our firm have the requisite knowledge in addition to this.

For more, visit our page. When one is facing charges related to white collar crimes, one should not wait before formulating an aggressive defense. Getting help on one’s side can ensure their version of the events comes before the public and they have a fair opportunity to clear their name.

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