Clear Advice In White Collar Crimes
It is possible for good people to make poor choices. We can get so caught up in a situation or feel such pressure to perform or produce that we can lose sight of what we know is right.
One False Move Can Mean A Conviction Or Prison Time
We sometimes don’t realize we’ve taken a misstep until it’s too late. Often, our actions are justified or understandable when someone is given the the full story. This is why legal representation is often important in white collar criminal charges. There are many reasons to work with an experienced attorney including:
- If you are an executive or business professional and are charged with corporate theft, counterfeiting, embezzlement, forgery or hacking, you need strong legal defense to protect your future and avoid potential jail time.
- If the charges stem from fraud, tax evasion or cybercrimes, you can face fines, stiff penalties and a criminal record for the rest of your life.
- The cause of the charge can vary from errors in accounting to miscommunication about payments or even unintentional misappropriation. Without skilled defense and a strategy that allows you to tell your story, these charges can all lead to a life-long criminal record if you are convicted.
Even if you are a first-time offender and therefore have no prior criminal history, it is possible for you to be sent to prison.
The Time To Call Is Now
Early representation is always the best strategy. Even if you only suspect or fear that you will be charged or implicated in a felony or any of the above mentioned crimes, speaking with a proven white collar criminal defense attorney can help ensure you receive the legal protection you, your family and your future need.
Work with an attorney who understands what is at stake. Contact attorney John V. Martine at John V. Martine, Attorney at Law. Call 205-606-6788 or send us an email to get started. Se habla español.