Convictions For White Collar Crimes Often Carry More Than A Prison Sentence
A conviction for a white collar crime can carry steep penalties, including in the court of public opinion. A conviction will frequently result in the loss of a job or career and even the ability to continue working in the same field. But how do you defeat charges for allegations of Ponzi schemes, bank fraud, mail fraud, environmental violation cover-ups and other fraud charges? Speak with a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney right away.
Call the Law Offices of Roger H. Sigal, L.L.C., in Oro Valley at 520-777-1242 or 866-919-3802. For more than 25 years, I have successfully defended clients in state and federal courts from harsh white collar crime penalties.
Intelligent And Assertive Strategies
I represent clients who face charges of all types, including:
- Embezzlement: Misappropriating company funds or property not only carries heavy criminal penalties, it can also prevent you from working in your field, particularly if you work in a bank, are a highly placed executive or are a certified public accountant (CPA) or another financial manager.
- Credit card fraud: Credit card fraud is much more serious than most people believe and can lead to felony charges with surprisingly lengthy sentences. Particularly since persons charged with this crime often have no prior criminal record, I find it helpful to sometimes hire a psychologist who can help to humanize my client to the judge and help the judge understand the pressures and unique circumstances that led a law-abiding individual to commit an uncharacteristic crime.
- Medicare or Medicaid fraud: If you are a health care professional and are contending with a conviction of falsely or improperly billing Medicare or Medicaid, you may lose your medical license and your ability to find work in the medical field in the future.
- Identity theft: Identity theft is a serious and frequently prosecuted crime in this district that requires very careful examination of a heavy volume of documentary evidence. Sometimes, retaining expert witnesses such as handwriting experts can be quite helpful.
I take aggressive steps to investigate and defend my clients’ freedom when they face charges related to white collar crimes.
Contact Me Now
Are you facing charges for allegations of a white collar crime? Do not hesitate to contact an attorney. Call my office at 520-777-1242 or 866-919-3802 to schedule an appointment. Calls are answered 24 hours a day.