White Collar Crimes

If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, we know what you are going through. Even though a white-collar crime by definition is typically a non-violent crime, if you have been falsely accused, set up, or even framed, it can sure feel violent.

I know that crimes of employee theft, check fraud, counterfeiting, identity theft, bribery, embezzlement, money laundering, Medi-Cal fraud, MediCare fraud, and computer crime usually involve a lot more than what meets the eye. Even when all evidence points to you, especially in corporations, finding a scapegoat ahead of the crime is usually part of the plan. That means there will be flaws and inconsistencies in the evidence against you. I exploit all the deficiencies in the prosecution’s evidence and case.

Hitting your charge head on, now

White-collar crimes often carry hefty fines and long prison sentences. You are probably anxious and worried that your life as you know it is over. I understand. That is why I work quickly to meet with you and fight your charge before it ever goes to trial. There is no need to drag this on any longer than needed if the prosecution doesn’t have a solid case.

One thing that makes it necessary to aggressively fight white-collar crime charges from the very beginning, is because many times the government or large corporations with investors are the victims. Those in charge need to have a suspect, and right now, you are it. They aren’t looking for an explanation or even the truth necessarily, they are looking for someone to blame.

It’s not that I am trying to scare you, but maybe you should be frightened. The sooner you call me, the sooner it won’t be just you with a lot at stake. I take on your troubles as if they were my own. I am not afraid to take on the government or big corporations. The law and the courts are more powerful than any of your accusers