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White Collar Crimes

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Embezzelment

If you have been charged with a white collar crime it is critical that you obtain aggressive legal representation to safeguard your liberty, protect your reputation and defend your rights.

When people think of the term “white collar crime” they often associate it with a crime involving fraud or embezzlement of millions of dollars.  But that in reality, lesser federal and state charges such as check theft, identity theft, and embezzling money from an employer are also white collar crimes that can result in serious penalties. Whether you have been charged with a federal felony or misdemeanor in state court, you must take your charges for a white collar crime seriously.

Have you been charged with one of the following crimes:

  • Embezzlement
  • Website/Internet crimes
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Investment and securities fraud
  • Insurance fraud and forgery
  • Identity theft
  • Mail fraud

    If you have been charged with a white collar crime, contact the Law Office of Laird & Associates, for an aggressive criminal defender.  I use my experience as a former police officer and trained investigator to help you obtain the best possible results for your case.   Contact my office today at 832-699-1966 for a confidential consultation and to begin the development of your personalized action plan.

    As with many types of crimes, white collar crimes may be prosecuted in either state or federal courts. There may be benefits to acting quickly and being proactive in your case- it may improve the opportunity of keeping your case in state court where you may possibly suffer less severe penalties.

    There are alternatives to going to jail!

    If we cannot find a way to get your charges dismissed and you don't feel that trial is the right choice for you- there are still options.  But it is often not in your best interests to try to enter into a plea bargain immediately.  Our office can work with the prosecutor to determine what alternatives may exist in your case.  For example, sometimes restitution to the victim with a lesser punishment can be an option for you.  I will do everything in my power to aggressively defend you…but remember… the most best defense starts right away!

    Your future is under attack.  Contact my office immediately to begin protecting your rights and fighting for your liberty.

    Texas Wire & Mail Fraud Lawyers

    Wire/Mail Fraud Defense Attorneys in Houston, Texas

    What is Mail Fraud?

    Mail fraud is used to describe any crime that involves fraudulent misrepresentations and schemes which use the United States mail to further that fraudulent conduct.  Wire fraud is the use of electronic communications in furtherance of criminal activity.  If you are facing either of these types of charges, it is important to have a personalized action plan for a strong, aggressive, defense.

    White collar crimes are complex and require an intelligent, well planned defense.

    Call our office today to speak with an experienced Texas criminal defense lawyer.

    Conspiracy Charges

    A prosecutor may try to seek a different approach in order to obtain a conviction- by charging an individual with conspiracy.  If an individual agrees to do a criminal act, they may have committed conspiracy even if they didn't carry it out.  As a former police officer, we understand how the prosecution builds their conspiracy cases.  We also know how to find the weaknesses to tear them down.

    If you are facing any of these types of allegations, our firm will fight for your liberty and defend your rights.  Contact us today at 832-699-1966 to speak with an experienced Texas criminal defense lawyer.

    If you have been charged with a white collar crime it is critical that you obtain aggressive legal representation to safeguard your liberty, protect your reputation and defend your rights.

    When people think of the term “white collar crime” they often associate it with a crime involving fraud or embezzlement of millions of dollars.  But that in reality, lesser federal and state charges such as check theft, identity theft, and embezzling money from an employer are also white collar crimes that can result in serious penalties. Whether you have been charged with a federal felony or misdemeanor in state court, you must take your charges for a white collar crime seriously.

    White collar crimes are complex and require an intelligent, well planned defense.  Call our office today to speak confidentially with an experienced Texas criminal defense lawyer. 832-699-1966

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