White Collar Crimes Defense in Michigan
If you have been charged or accused of any white collar crime including embezzlement charges or fraud charges, you need to seek a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney when it comes to analyzing complicated financial accounting and investigating the details of all important information and evidence. At The Clark Law Office, we have successfully defended all types of white collar crimes including bank fraud, insurance fraud, mail fraud, internet fraud, and stolen credit cards. We have the resources necessary to protect your rights at any cost and we will use our experience over the years to your advantage. People charged with a white collar are afforded the same rights as any other type of crime and we will fight to make sure they are protected. Offenses of this nature usually involve lengthy investigations and complicated factual disputes. It’s important to have an attorney at your side representing you through tough times.
What is Considered A White Collar Crime?
The law describes a white collar crime as a term used to describe a criminal act where the intent is to profit and improve personal financial wealth at the expense of others. Even though these types of crimes are non-violent in nature, prosecutors will try to punish you under the full extent of the law. It’s important that you consult with a criminal defense firm to go over your options and ensure that you don’t make any mistakes that could end up coming back to hurt you during the rest of the case. We serve all types of people accused of these crimes including financial planners, accountants, small business owners, and physicians or doctors of all kinds.
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If you feel that you are being investigated or have been accused of a white collar crime but haven’t been formerly charged, you should contact us immediately so we can help. It may be possible to keep police from getting involved which would prevent any charges. If this is not possible, we can possibly prevent charges anyways. You should always talk to a knowledgeable attorney before talking to authorities or anyone else. If convicted of a white collar crime, defendants could be facing long prison sentences, fines, restitution, and forfeiture of any funds acquired from criminal activity. It can be intimidating facing these charges that could potentially change your life in an instant. David M. Clark and the criminal attorneys at The Clark Law Office will do everything possible to eliminate or reduce the penalties and fines you may be facing. We offer free phone consultations at any time by calling (517) 347-6900.