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Think about how things are perceived as you work on a defense

Being accused of fraud is something that can lead to you facing criminal charges. You might be facing felony charges that demand that you take action to fight back against them. This is a sad situation, especially when the fraud is in connection with a business that you have worked hard to build.

Learn about defense options for white collar crimes

White collar crimes come either from intentional actions that a person performed that he or she knew were illegal or from actions that the person didn't know were illegal when he or she did them. No matter which one of these instances your case falls under, you have the right to present a defense against the charges.

Know when you can claim you don't recall something

Any questioning in connection with a criminal case is frustrating. Not only do you need to ensure that you are being truthful, you also need to ensure that you are protecting yourself. Many people think that they can just say that they don't recall certain things and that will be the end of it. While you do have that right, you have think carefully about doing this.

Know when to plead the Fifth

Facing any type of criminal charges means that you have to be careful about what you say and do. One of the reasons for this is that you have the right to avoid self-incrimination. This doesn't mean that the prosecutors have to ignore statements you make. In fact, if you do make incriminating statements, they can use them against you.

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