White collar crimes are serious matters even though they don't have a violent element. These crimes can sometimes lead people to face federal charges. All of these charges have a few things in common. One of the most notable is that there is usually a lengthy paper trail behind the charges. This has to be dealt with as part of your defense.
We realize that the time you are facing behind bars is probably at the front of your mind. This is a difficult situation to be placed in, but you do have to think about how you are going to protect your interests and rights now that you are facing these charges. Your defense will be the key here.
When you think about your defense, you need to think about how you can address the claims that the prosecution is making against you. These might be considerable since many white color crimes are complex. You have to go point by point to determine what you are going to do.
As you go through these charges, remember that you aren't trying to prove that you are innocent. Instead, you are trying to poke holes in the prosecution's case. The byproduct of this is that you are showing that you are not guilty. The prosecutor is the one who has the burden of proof in a criminal case.
The standard that is followed in these cases is that you have to be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If you introduce that doubt, your defense has done its job. We can help you explore ways to do this.