Why You Need Strong Representation Against White Collar Charges
White collar crime generally encompasses financial offenses, which may make you think that the penalties will similarly be financial. Penalties, however, often include not only fines and restitution, but also jail time — not to mention a permanent record.
At McKay Law Firm, PLLC, we have defended many clients against white collar charges. We have seen that having the right team is key when it comes to finding a favorable outcome to your case.
Experienced Representation In Both State And Federal Court
Financial crime often leads to complex charges. You may have been charged with a combination of offenses, including ones such as:
- Fraud, both securities and otherwise
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
If you have been accused of these offenses, you need a skilled white collar crimes attorney who knows the latest legislative work on these issues. Additionally, it is helpful to have an attorney who has experience working in both federal and state courts, because white collar crimes can be prosecuted in both. Having an experienced lawyer can mean your advantage in court.