Get A Head Start On Your White Collar Crime Defense
Have you been charged with or accused of fraud, forgery, identification (ID) theft or any other white collar crime? No matter how you choose to respond to this news, do not underestimate the potentially powerful repercussions that your case may have. You may suffer professionally if the word gets out that you have been accused of a white collar crime.
Since white collar crimes often involve no direct contact between perpetrators and those targeted by these crimes, some people say they are “victimless crimes.” Legal authorities do not agree with this stance. Some people targeted in white collar crimes such as Ponzi schemes have lost their life savings. Do not expect a prosecutor, judge or jury to be light on you as you face white collar crime charges.
Attorney Gregory L. Scott in Yakima is a trusted defender who can help mitigate the damage you may have already experienced after being accused of a white collar crime. With more than 25 years of experience and 100 jury trials to his name, attorney Scott is ready to work hard to protect your reputation, freedom and future.
Do Not Let Time Or Liberty Slip Away
Some people respond to the news that they are targeted in a white collar crime investigation with shock and denial. Don’t be frozen in your tracks – get your defense started as soon as possible. You may be accused of embezzlement or mismanagement of funds with serious harm done to an organization that you work for. Don’t expect the rumors to simply go away. Stay ahead of the curve by consulting with an accomplished defense attorney immediately.