What are White Collar Crimes?
A White Collar Crime is usually a non-violent property crime where a person is accused of using a position of trust to commit the crime. White collar crimes are different than other kinds of crimes. They require specific knowledge regarding how to defend against theft accusations. If the allegations are valid you will need an aggressive defense to avoid consequences and keep you out of prison.
How Can a White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Help?
A white collar criminal defense is necessary when you are accused of a white collar crime. Typically, white collar crimes are non-violent offenses that have a financial component. This makes white collar crimes different than most other criminal offenses. They require a special kind of experience not possessed by every criminal defense attorney. At The Locke Law Group we have a great deal of experience in defending accusations of white collar crime. Shannon W. Locke got his white collar criminal experience in two different prosecutor’s office. While at the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office, Mr. Locke prosecuted against the very best criminal defense attorney’s in San Antonio, Texas. When he left the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office, he began defending those accused of white collar crime. He developed techniques for avoiding the filing of charges and minimizing consequences to his clients. Additionally, he began defending clients in The Western District of Texas against federal charges related to white collar crime. Soon, he became a board certified criminal defense attorney after demonstrating his expertise in criminal law.
If you are accused of a White Collar Crime you need to put this extensive experience to work for you by giving us a call today. White collar criminal defense can be complex. You need an attorney with the expertise to defend you.
While white collar crimes can be financially oppressive and embarrassing, their bigger infliction is the damage they can do to your freedom. White collar criminal accusations are extremely serious. Usually, people do not go to prison unless they have a significant criminal record. The big exception to this rule is if you are accused of a sex crime or if you’ve committed a serious violent crime, or if you are accused of stealing a lot of money.
Experience with fraud, forgery, embezzlement & more
Our law firm has a great deal of experience handling Federal and State charges related to:
- Credit card fraud
- Consumer fraud
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Internet fraud
- Computer crime
- Identify theft
- Money laundering
- Fraudulent misrepresentation
- False statements to Law Enforcement
- Perjury and Aggravated Perjury
Our Knowledge Gets Results
Over the years, we have built relationships with lawyers, judges and court authorities in San Antonio, TX. This has helped us gain a deeper understanding of the criminal justice system and a better knowledge of how to defend your white collar crimes.
No matter your crime, give our law firm in San Antonio a call today at (210) 229-8300 to get started on your defense.
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