Have You Been Accused Of A White Collar Crime?

A consultation with an experienced defense lawyer is the most important thing you can do to protect your freedom and your future if you have been accused, charged or arrested for what is commonly referred to as white collar crime.

Don’t Hesitate. Safeguard Your Rights Now.

If you have been accused of a white collar crime, do not take it lightly. As with other criminal charges, it is very important you hire an attorney as soon as possible to guide you through the complexities of the state and federal court systems. Q. Lynn Johnson in Dallas understands the defenses and strategies needed to secure the best possible outcome for her clients.

Types And Causes Of White Collar Crime Charges

White collar crimes are usually considered nonviolent crimes committed for financial gain. They usually involve theft, fraud, or some form of misappropriation. Charges for white collar crimes are vigorously pursued by law enforcement and can be just as devastating as any other type of criminal charges. Average people, not life-long criminals, desperate for a solution to financial woes or other problems are often the people accused of white collar crimes.

Penalties And Defenses

Penalties for white collar offenses include fines, home detention, community confinement, paying the cost of prosecution, asset forfeitures, restitution, supervised release, and imprisonment. However, sanctions can be lessened if the defendant takes responsibility for the crime and assists the authorities in their investigation. Any defenses available to non-white collar defendants in criminal court are also available to those accused of white collar crimes.

Effective Federal White Collar Criminal Defense

Our Dallas based law firm represents people throughout the DFW Metro that are under suspicion of white collar crimes, including:

  • Computer fraud
  • Internet fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement
  • Theft of trade secrets

If you are aware that an investigation is underway and you are likely to be a suspect, take action now. The early stages of a white collar crime case offer your greatest opportunity for a positive outcome. If you have been arrested and charged with one of these crimes, contact white collar criminal attorney Q. Lynn Johnson immediately. Protect your reputation and career, as well as your freedom.

Protect Your Rights And Future If You Are Under Investigation Or Have Been Charged

Contact our law firm for a free and confidential phone consultation with a Texas criminal lawyer. Email us or call 214-552-1349 to get the help you need.

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