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Protect Your Future And Reputation After Being Accused Of A White Collar Crime

The term “white collar crimes” describes financial and business-related crimes, such as embezzlement and fraud. The alleged violators are often people who have responsibilities to manage company or organizational funds or carry out fiduciary roles over others’ finances.

A conviction for a white collar crime can lead to years in state or federal prison. Regardless of whether you need to defend your reputation, career and freedom before a state or federal court, you can turn to Daniel & Halstead for the caliber of representation you require.

Seek Out Skilled Representation For An Array Of Financial Crimes

If you have been arrested and charged with a white collar crime, or if you have learned that you are being investigated for such a federal offense in Texas, retaining an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately is imperative.

The firm’s lawyers defend individuals accused of a broad spectrum of white collar crimes, such as:

  • Fraud, including tax, mail, mortgage, corporate and wire fraud
  • Extortion or bribery
  • Embezzlement
  • Money laundering
  • Forgery or identity (ID) theft
  • Computer crimes
  • Misapplication of fiduciary property

White collar cases are known to be very complex. The sooner you retain counsel, the sooner you can begin making sense of your situation.

No matter how intricate your case is or how serious the white collar crime charges you face are, you can rely on the firm’s attorneys to guide you through the legal process.

Choose Experience When Considering A Defense Lawyer

The attorneys at Daniel & Halstead apply well-constructed strategies to every case. They conduct comprehensive investigations into all details of a case to determine the most appropriate defense strategy. The twin goals of keeping you out of prison and helping you avoid a criminal record are of utmost importance.

Learn about your options and get started building your defense. To schedule a confidential consultation, call the San Antonio office at 210-987-5276 or send an email inquiry.