Denver White Collar Crime Lawyer

As your white collar crime lawyer in Denver, I am prepared to defend you against charges that the FBI describes bluntly as “lying, cheating and stealing” – virtually any crime that did not involve violence. The charges can be felonies or misdemeanors, and they often carry severe penalties and large fines. I believe it is important to have legal representation, so get in touch; the earlier the better.

For a skilled Denver White Collar Crime Attorney
call 303-725-0017 now
Your initial consultation is free and we offer case financing to those who qualify

Charges of white collar crimes can come at either the state or federal level, and they generally are the result of a lengthy investigation by the authorities. For this reason, it is important to get legal representation as quickly as possible. I have 21 years of experience in the local criminal justice system as both a prosecutor and a district attorney. Now, as a defense lawyer, I can implement my knowledge of prosecutorial case strategies into my aggressive defenses.

As a white collar lawyer in Denver, I am dedicated to protecting your rights and to strategizing a defense regardless of the crimes for which you are being accused. Many white collar crimes fall under the general heading of fraud, and there are too many specific offenses to present a complete list, so call for a free consultation about your exact circumstances.

Types Of Frauds

  • Healthcare
  • Credit card
  • Bankruptcy
  • Insurance
  • Financial
  • Mortgage
  • Medicare
  • Defrauding the government
  • Internet
  • Bankruptcy
  • Disaster relief
  • Fraud against senior citizens
  • Corporate
  • Sports memorabilia
  • Mail
  • Phone and telemarketing

As a white collar lawyer in Denver, I can represent clients facing a variety of crimes, even scams related to:

  • The Internet
  • The stock market
  • Staged auto accidents
  • “Work at home” opportunities
  • Adoption
  • Jury duty

Do not take your freedom or your future for granted. Get the legal defense that you are entitled to, and that you deserve.

Financial crimes also make up a large part of the list of frauds and scams, such as:

  • Money laundering
  • Tax evasion
  • Identity theft
  • Bribery
  • Accepting kickbacks
  • Counterfeiting
  • Insider trading

Hire a white collar lawyer in Denver to defend you against charges of public or government corruption, antitrust violations, and breaking environmental laws.

How are white collar cases defended? The truth is, many times the authorities will set you up or entrap you; in other words, they persuade you to commit a crime because they believe you have been doing it before. This can open the door to various legal defenses.

While we never promise in advance a strategy or an outcome, these kinds of charges can be successfully fought, reduced and even dismissed. In some fraud cases, the government must prove “intent” – that you meant to commit the crime. Sometimes these offenses are the result of something occurring accidentally or as a result of naïve actions.

A skilled Denver Fraud Defense Attorney can be especially vital in these kinds of cases because you may be under pressure to cooperate with authorities in order to catch others. You may be offered reduced penalties if you aid in the arrest of crime organizers or other offenders. I believe these decisions are best made with an attorney advising you.

You may be seeking legal advice because you have already been questioned, which is how these criminal prosecutions often begin. You may have been served with a subpoena to allow law enforcement agents to search your property or your computer. You have rights in these situations and I am dedicated to protecting them.

For a skilled white collar lawyer in Denver, call now at 303-725-0017
Your initial consultation is free and we offer case financing to those who qualify

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