Assertive Representation For Individuals Accused Of White Collar Crimes

For individuals facing charges for white collar crimes, the signs that they are under investigation may have been lingering for some time. If you suspect that you are under investigation for a white collar crime, it's important that you speak with an attorney before charges are filed against you. An experienced criminal defense attorney can work with your employer and law enforcement to mitigate the charges or prevent them entirely.

I am Scott. C. Brown, a Wheeling, West Virginia, criminal defense lawyer who represents people from West Virginia and Ohio who are facing white collar crimes charges. I understand how difficult it can be to face an employer who is accusing you of theft. However, it may be necessary to work with your employer to minimize the damage before charges are filed. Contact me to learn how I can help you.

What Is Classified As A White Collar Crime?

Many people may not realize that the actions they take in the workplace can be in violation of federal law. Typical white collar crimes include:

  • Identity theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Petty cash theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Creating false client accounts

The court system takes white collar crimes as seriously as they do violent offenses. Punishments for these types of financial crimes can be just as severe. There are hefty fines and possible jail time depending on the type of white collar crime.

Let An Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer Help You

If you suspect that you might be under investigation for these crimes, it's important that we begin working on your white collar crimes defense as soon as possible. Don't let your business career suffer by not contacting a lawyer sooner. Contact me today for a free phone consultation by calling Scott C. Brown Law Office at 304-907-0599. Let's discuss the defense options that can work best for you.