Experienced White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney
Our Texas criminal defense lawyers fight for professionals’ rights nationwide
As a business professional, you understand the importance of building your brand and protecting your reputation. That’s why it’s critical that you take immediate legal action if someone or something threatens your livelihood. This is especially true if a whistleblower – legally known as a relator – has made a formal complaint about you or your business.
Our white collar criminal defense lawyers at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, P.C. can help you every step of way. Located in Texas and serving clients nationwide, our law firm has extensive experience defending business professionals facing civil or criminal charges. Overall, our attorneys have more than 90 years of combined legal experience. As a result, we know how to respond effectively to serious allegations.
What are white collar crimes?
White collar crimes can cover a wide range. In general, the term white collar crime is used to refer to non-violent, civil or criminal charges filed against business professionals. Common examples of white collar crime often include allegations of:
- Financial fraud
- Insider stock trading
- Insurance fraud
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
Penalties for white collar crimes can be very serious. If convicted, you could be fined thousands of dollars, required to pay thousands or millions of dollars in restitution, have your assets seized or sentenced to several years in jail. That’s why it’s important to speak with a white collar criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible to learn more about your rights.
White collar criminal defense cases we handle at our law firm
Non-violent white collar criminal charges often involve whistleblowers, someone who files a formal complaint in which they claim another person or business behaved in an illegal or unethical manner. Our defense attorneys can represent you if a whistleblower filed a complaint against you or your business. Our law firm also handles legal cases nationwide involving:
- Common examples of white collar criminal cases
- FBI search warrants
- DOJ search warrants
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations
Protect your reputation and your rights. Contact our law firm.
This may be your only opportunity to clear your name and fight the charges filed against you or your business. Talk to a white collar criminal defense attorney who knows the law and understands how the legal system works. Contact Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, P.C. We can review the details of your case and recommend the best course of action. Schedule your case evaluation today.