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Building an aggressive defense for fraud cases in Louisiana

| Jan 24, 2015 | White Collar Crimes |

White collar or financial crimes are complex cases. In Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, many fraud cases have stemmed from erroneous document control and accounting. When authorities see discrepancies in documentation, they may open an investigation to determine if any crimes have been committed and if someone should be held responsible. Allegations of fraud and other white collar crimes often lead to ostracization and people being accused of such cases have to defend themselves to avoid serious consequences.

Our law firm, Lorenzi & Barnatt, L.L.P., have handled numerous cases of fraud, including: identity theft, forgery, money laundering, copyright infringement, Ponzi schemes, embezzlement, computer fraud and internet crimes. These offenses require thorough investigation to determine the nature and cause of the offense. Our team of legal professionals painstakingly digs through financial accounts to recover evidence that can be used to strengthen the defense. Our patience in handling financial matters allows us to better understand what we are dealing with and find the best solution to reach a positive outcome. Throughout our years of handling white collar crimes, we have employed many strategies to help our clients get their charges dropped or reduced.

There are many ways to fight white collar crime charges. First, an accused person may speak with a knowledgeable legal professional to build a solid defense. Second, the defense team may negotiate with the jury for lower fines and penalties. Third, the accused may use an aggressive approach and fight the charges head on.

All of these options require attention to every detail. With legal guidance, a person accused of white collar crimes can make a solid defense that will counteract prosecutors. To learn more about such cases, readers may visit our website. They may also consult one of our legal professionals for sound advice and representation.

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