Michigan White Collar Criminal Lawyer

Any defendant has much to lose in the face of white collar crime allegations. Business ventures and opportunities may suffer greatly, along with the defendant's reputation and their personal and professional relationships. These crimes can be tried at the state or federal level, depending on the circumstances of a case, and when prosecuted by the federal government such as the FBI, the penalties may greatly increase. A conviction may result in imprisonment and heavy fines, along with other serious criminal penalties that will affect a person for many years to come. In addition, it will leave many business men with an embarrassing criminal record that makes their criminal history open to public knowledge.

A skilled Michigan criminal defense attorney can represent your interests and rights in the face of your criminal charges. At Freedman Law Group, we are happy to offer a free case evaluation to get the process started. Should you decide to work with an attorney at our firm, we will provide you with the personalized attention and dedicated representation you need. Our attorney takes on cases throughout Michigan.

What are white collar crimes?

A white collar crime is typically a non-violent theft crime or form of fraud, committed in a business or financial setting. Common examples of white collar crimes include:

  • Embezzlement
  • Identity Theft
  • Securities Fraud
  • Trade Secret Violations
  • Conspiracy
  • Bribery
  • Public Corruption
  • Tax Evasion

White collar crimes are often highly complex, involving complicated financial transactions and lengthy investigations. You need a lawyer on your side that has the resources to dedicate to a full independent investigation and evaluation of evidence, to uncover information that can clear your name or positively affect your case. At Freedman Law Group, our attorney has over 24 years of legal experience, as well as the time and resources to dedicate to your criminal defense representation. For help with your white collar crime case, contact a Michigan criminal defense lawyer from our firm!

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