White Collar Crimes
If so, it is imperative to schedule a consultation with a criminal defense attorney to discuss the circumstances of your involvement. White collar crimes can lead to serious state or federal charges with long-lasting consequences. Once you have been convicted, it is highly unlikely that you would ever qualify for similar employment. Our defense lawyers may be able to resolve certain issues before more serious charges are filed. Preparing an aggressive defense early on can be the key to preserving valuable legal options.
At the Law Offices of Edwards & Jones, our white collar crimes attorneys have successfully represented clients for business-related violations such as:
- Insurance, Mail or Tax Fraud
- Bribery, Extortion or Blackmail
- Price Fixing
- Obstruction of Justice
- Securities & Commodities Violations
- Computer Theft or Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Misconduct or Malfeasance
Reduction of Charges | Case Dismissal | Record Sealing
If you are facing federal charges, the prosecution believes it has already built a strong case against you. Thus, the best time to launch an effective defense is immediately. Since prosecutors are often more interested in obtaining restitution for the victim than a conviction, our defense team will focus on delivering proposals that encourage government officials to avoid the risk of losing in court in exchange for a reduction of charges or a case dismissal. To fully understand the value of expert representation, contact us at 352.377.7800.
DISCLAIMER: This website does not seek to nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship. The content is provided "as is" and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter of criminal defense. Seek the advice of a qualified attorney immediately following notification of an investigation or arrest for any white collar crime.