Not everyone accused of a white-collar crime is a criminal. Unfortunately, even honest professionals can be wrongfully accused of committing an offense, often because of circumstances beyond their control. Generally, white-collar crimes such as embezzlement, identity theft, pyramid schemes, money laundering, forgery and insider trading stem from illegal activities involving money. Just a single error on a financial document can lead to an allegation of fraud.
Any Louisiana resident who has been accused of such an offense knows the difficulties mere charges can present. People can be publicly branded as criminals and can only rebuild their reputations by proving in court that they are innocent of the crimes they were charged with committing.
Our law firm has been handling fraud cases for more than 30 years. Throughout our years of defending people from white-collar criminal accusations, we have helped many of them reach favorable outcomes by thoroughly investigating the circumstances of their cases. Our skilled legal professionals do not waste time. They collect and assemble evidence that can be used to strengthen the client's defense. We also analyze each case to determine why the charges were filed and use strategies that best fit the situation and the defense.
Time is of the essence when it comes to white-collar crimes. Once a person is charged with this type of offense, speaking with a knowledgeable legal professional should be the first step. Knowing the implications of the charges is key to determining what sort of defense to craft. Speaking with a knowledgeable legal professional will allow the accused person to understand the charges and find the best way to deal with them.
Anyone who is interested in learning more about defending against fraud accusations should visit our website. Talking directly to our legal professionals can also lead to sound advice and effective representation.