White collar crimes present different and unique opportunities and challenges than other crimes, and because of this it is important to consult with an attorney with the proper skills and background to successfully handle these special cases. The evidence in most white collar criminal cases usually consists of a paper trail of emails, financial statements, and other records. A defense attorney will only be as good as his understanding of the evidence in each case.
I have earned degrees in both Accounting and Finance to help me understand and evaluate evidence in white collar criminal cases. In law school I chose to take many elective classes in Taxation to better understand the complex tax systems of our country, and how to interpret those tax systems in our courts of law.
My firm handles all kinds of white collar crime cases including:
- Identity Theft
- Fraud & Mortgage Fraud
- Tax Evasion
- Fraudulent Use of a Credit Device
Whatever your specific situation may be, my personalized and knowledgeable approach can help you limit the harm caused by a conviction. Contact me to learn more today.
Contact me to discuss your needs today.