White Collar Crimes
White Collar Crime
San Antonio, Texas
Allegations of white-collar crime can not only result in jail or prison time and a permanent criminal record, but they can also irreparably damage a person’s reputation, career, and family if that individual is ultimately convicted of the charges filed against him. These offenses are largely financial crimes, turning on issues of fraud and deception in the course of business. They can arise in a wide array of contexts, from small businesses to major corporations.
Because white collar crimes often occur in the course of regular commerce, they are complex by nature. Your attorney must navigate financial institution regulations, accounting practices, tax laws, and the rules of legal privilege with regard to the roles of corporate counsel in order to learn the facts of your case and preserve valuable evidence. It isn’t enough to simply know the rules of procedure and the criminal law. A white-collar criminal defense attorney must also familiarize himself with the laws controlling the given industry or business in order to mount a strong defense.
Convictions for white collar offenses can be severe. Punishments can range from probation to years in prison depending upon the amount of financial loss or the status of the victim. A white-collar criminal conviction can also result in regulatory penalties, debarment for future government contracting, civil asset forfeiture, and hefty criminal restitution
Hunter, Lane & Jampala PLLC defends clients facing the following charges:
- Internet crimes
- Counterfeiting and forgery
- Bank fraud
- Healthcare Fraud
- Wire Fraud
- Mail Fraud
- Identity theft
- Money laundering
- Racketeering (RICO)
- Tax evasion
If you have been charged with any type of white-collar crime, it will be critical that you have an experienced defense lawyer on your side to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.
The skilled lawyers at Hunter, Lane & Jampala PLLC focus exclusively on state and federal criminal defense.
We strive to obtain the best possible resolutions for our clients’ criminal cases using our knowledge and experience in criminal defense.
To learn more about your legal rights and receive professional advice regarding your case, call
(210) 202-1076 to schedule a free case evaluation.