Should you suspect you are being investigated for this or any other type of “white collar” crime, in or out of the workplace, contact me immediately.
With proper legal representation early on, I have at times helped my clients avoid charges ever being brought. Clients, who are not represented by a qualified attorney, often make incriminating statements that later prevent them from making a successful defense.
Even if you are charged with a crime, the State must prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. I can evaluate the prosecution’s case to help formulate the best possible defense. Did the police exceed the limits of their search warrant? Were you given your Miranda rights at the proper time? Did someone else have access to the compromised financial accounts?
Even if the evidence against you is overwhelming, an experienced attorney who is respected in the courthouse can often negotiate a better plea agreement than you could on your own.
A survey of some problems faced by convicted individuals in returning to the workforce can be found at Criminal Records and Getting Back into the Workforce: Six Critical Steps for Ex-offenders Trying to Get Back into the Workforce.
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