White collar crimes can land you in prison, but that isn't the only thing that can happen with these. One of the effects of a white collar crime charges is that your employment might be impacted. In fact, this negative effect can go far beyond just your current employer. Your entire career might be affected.
We know that you have probably worked hard to get to where you are in your career. You don't want something like a white collar criminal charge to negate all of your hard work. While we can't promise that there won't be any repercussions over the charges, we can work with you to come up with a defense strategy to answer the charges.
There is often a paper trail associated with these types of charges. This is sometimes a good starting point when we are trying to determine what we are going to include in your defense. Each of the points that the prosecution is going to raise is a potential point that we can use in your defense.
Because of the amount of information that is usually present in these cases, you can't try to build a defense as you walk into the courtroom for trial. Instead, your defense plan should start as soon as you know that you are facing these charges.
If you have an inclination that you will face charges in the future, you might be able to get going on the defense strategy before any charges are levied. What's important is that you work toward having a well-prepared defense strategy in the works.