In our previous blog posts, we have discussed some white collar crimes. In the most recent one, we discussed a securities crime case. In all of these cases, the defendants aren't automatically assumed to be guilty by the court. Instead, they have the right to present a defense against the charges in an effort to show that they aren't guilty.
When it comes to white collar crimes, the paper trail is something that is often placed at the front of the prosecution's case. The investigators might have spent considerable time working on the case before any mention of criminal charges were made.
These cases pose an interesting dilemma for defendants because they often need a lot of time to go through the evidence that is place. This means that you can't avoid thinking about your defense. Instead, you have to get moving on it right away.
We are here to help you learn about what the case against you entails. We can help you find ways to refute the evidence that the prosecution is using against you. We can help you to go over the options that are available for resolving your case.
The penalties that come with white collar criminal charges are considerable. You face penalties from the criminal justice system, but you also face social and professional penalties from the case. Your reputation might be affected. Your professional standing might also be affected. In these cases, your defense serves a much bigger purpose than simply trying to avoid prison. Your defense can also help you to regain your position in the professional world and your social circle, especially if you are found not guilty.