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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Learn your options for a white collar crime defense

Learning that you’re being charged with a white collar crime should spur you into action. These are often very complex cases that can’t be addressed in a rushed manner. The sooner you get started on your defense, the more time you have to consider the options that are open for you. We understand that it’s challenging to think about the penalties you’re facing, but we’re here to help you develop a strategy that shows your side of the matter.

White collar crimes aren’t ones that can be committed accidentally. They require that you have an intent to commit the crime. This is one of the factors that you should consider when you’re exploring your options for a defense.

There is often a lengthy paper trail associated with these crimes. The components within it can help shape the strategy for your defense, so be sure you leave ample time to review these before your case goes to trial.

Remember, you must consider all the penalties of these cases when you’re setting your plan. This can include determining how to minimize the collateral consequences that you might have to deal with. We can discuss this with you to help you determine your course of action.

We know that you may have a lot on your mind right now. We can use our knowledge of these cases to help you determine what options you might have to address them. Some defendants opt to work on getting a plea deal set while others prepare for trial. No matter which option you choose, we’re here to help you.