White Collar Crimes Lawyers
Effectively Defending Against Non-Violent Crimes
White collar crimes are generally financial in nature and nonviolent. They typically come about when an individual commits fraud, theft, or deception against the public, an organization, or another individual. Common white collar crimes accusations include charges of embezzlement, fraud, identity theft, and more. The penalties for these types of crimes include expensive fines, a ruined reputation, loss of employment and future employment opportunities, a destroyed business, and extensive jail time.
At Mansour Law, our white collar crimes lawyers are highly skilled and experienced in this complex area of law. We can provide you with effective, personalized, and compassionate representation while ensuring your rights are protected all throughout the legal process. Our attorneys will be right alongside you every step of the way to guide you, answer your questions, and address any concerns you may have. You can count on us to help you resolve this matter in a timely and professional manner.
To schedule a free case evaluation with our proficient white collar crimes attorneys, please either call us today at (248) 579-9800 or contact us online.
Fighting for Your Freedom
Our attorneys at Mansour Law are committed to providing our clients with the highest quality of care possible. Backed by years of experience, we know what you are going through and how to help you get through it. Our attorneys are here for whatever you need and will work hard to make your experience with us as pleasant, efficient, and comfortable as possible. You deserve to always be fully updated about your case, which is why we will strive to constantly keep you informed about any new developments and provide you with well-informed counsel regarding your best options for moving forward.
Several examples of white collar crimes that our attorneys are intimately familiar with include:
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
If You Are Charged with a White Collar Crime…
Do not speak with your employer if they ask you questions and do not speak to the police unless you have already spoken to a knowledgeable attorney. Even if you are trying to help the police with their investigation, it is highly recommended that you speak with legal counsel first before proceeding. Tell law enforcement officials that you are willing to help them but you need to speak with your attorney first. Hiring legal representation doesn’t make you look guilty, it makes you look intelligent. Hiring a lawyer could protect you from saying something that could later be unfairly used against you and it will ensure your rights are not violated by the police or criminal justice system.
To schedule your free consultation with our experienced white collar crimes lawyers in Oakland County, contact us today at (248) 579-9800.