Being accused of fraud is a direct threat to your freedom and your future. With a fraud conviction typically will come large fines, restitution and time in county jail or state prison. Additionally, some forms of fraud are federal offenses, meaning you will face prosecution by federal prosecutors and investigation by federal agencies. These organizations typically have more resources than local law enforcement agencies. Federal prosecutors will pursue maximum penalties under Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
An experienced criminal defense lawyer can help if you have been accused of or arrested for a white-collar crime. If you have found that you are under investigation for fraud, a lawyer at our firm may be able to help you avoid having formal charges filed altogether. It is important to work with a defense lawyer as early on as possible in any criminal charge. The sooner your lawyer can begin researching the circumstances of your case and can start building a defense, the better your chances are of reaching a successful result.
The lawyers at our firm are committed to defending clients who have been accused of a white-collar crime. We understand that facing these charges can threaten your reputation and potentially harm your current and future business ventures. When you work with a lawyer at our firm, you will have the backing of our years of experience in criminal law, along with our resources to fully investigate your case and charges. Many fraud crime cases are highly technical and will require expert witnesses and investigators to determine how to properly prove your innocence. We will utilize all these resources to help reach the best outcome possible for your case.
Whether you have been accused of money laundering, insider trading, racketeering, identity theft or any other type of crime, you will need a lawyer on your side to defend your rights.
At Haley Law Firm, LLC, our skilled lawyers are committed to providing clients throughout the state with the aggressive defense they need against these types of charges. Should the charges result in a conviction, the defendant will be faced with a number of unpleasant penalties that will take a heavy toll on their rights, reputation, and freedom, including incarceration in state or federal prison, steep fines, probation, and more. The best way to protect your rights and freedom in the wake of a fraud arrest is to hire a lawyer who has the experience, practice, and legal knowledge to provide you with a strong and effective defense. At Haley Law Firm, LLC, we have considerable experience in this area and will ensure your case receives the attention and dedication needed to increase your chances of a successful outcome.