White Collar Defense
White Collar Crimes
White collar crime refers to a variety of non-violent crimes that are often committed in offices and boardrooms rather than on the street. These crimes include various types of fraud, as well as violations of a variety of government regulations. White collar crime can be committed by individuals, as well as by corporations. Prior to being charged with a crime, most white collar defendants learn that they are under investigation for an alleged white collar crime. In order to preserve your rights and prepare for a first-rate defense, it is very important for you to retain a white collar criminal defense attorney immediately upon learning that you are being investigated for a white collar crime.
White collar criminal defense attorneys at Melton, Espy & Williams, P.C., have extensive experience in all aspects of white collar criminal defense, from investigation through trial. We advise our business and corporate clients on compliance programs designed to help them avoid white collar crime problems at the onset. Our white collar criminal defense attorneys provide complete representation, including legal representation on civil consequences to white collar crimes. These consequences may include forfeitures, restitution orders, civil debarment proceedings, and loss of professional licenses. A sample of the white collar crimes our lawyers handle include:
If you find that the business activities you are involved in are under investigation for alleged white collar crimes, contact us so that a knowledgeable white collar criminal attorney can provide the proper advice and representation. A good white collar criminal defense attorney may be your only protection from serving time in jail. Contact the law firm of Melton, Espy & Williams, P.C. for experienced and knowledgeable representation.