White collar crimes are some that often come with considerable evidence against the person facing the charge. The paper trail in these cases is often lengthy, which can make it difficult to impossible to try to throw a defense plan together at the last minute. Instead of taking a risk on that, you need to start planning your defense as soon as you are aware that you are facing criminal charges.
We understand that you might not know where to start. For a person who is facing white collar crime charges on a first trek through the criminal justice system, figuring out where to go and what to do can be difficult. We are here to help you from start to finish.
One thing that you have to remember about white collar crimes is that it might not be the actual crime that got you caught. Many of these cases are started because of the efforts to cover up the criminal activity.
There are some instances in which the person who is facing charges had no idea that he or she was doing anything wrong. In these cases, we can work with you to try to show that you made an honest mistake without any intent of doing something illegal.
All of this is hard to take in when you haven't ever had to face something like this before. We can't make the charges go away, but we can empower you as you work to fight against the charges. You should always remember the impacts that these criminal charges can have on your family, your future and your career.