In the previous two blog posts, we discussed various aspects of white collar crime. No matter which type of white collar crime a person is charged with, he or she must ensure that he or she understands the possible defense options. By learning these options, the defendant can take an active part in their defense strategy.
We understand that most professionals don't start each day out wondering how they can defraud people or embezzle money. We know that being accused of those sorts of actions can be frightening.
If you are a professional who is facing charges for white collar crimes, you might be worried about how the accusations will affect your career. In all likelihood, you have spent a lot of money and time to obtain a degree. You probably worked hard to advance with your company. We know you don't want to throw the time and money you have invested in your career away.
Oftentimes, white collar crimes are sensationalized by the media. This can make presenting a defense difficult, but not impossible. We can help you to explore your options for your defense. Whether you are facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge, we can help you to build your defense.
It is vital that you contact us right away. As is the case in any criminal matter, what you say can have an effect on your case. We can stand on your behalf to ensure that your rights remain intact throughout the criminal justice proceedings. Make sure you don't say or do anything that might negatively affect your case. Instead, use your energy to take a proactive stance against the charges.