Experienced Corruption Whistleblower Defense Attorneys
Our defense lawyers fight for professionals’ rights nationwide
Corruption allegations can be very complex legal cases. If a whistleblower or someone else claims that you or your business broke the law, your case could come down to their word against yours. This might sound straightforward, but it’s important to take these allegations seriously right from the start.
Our experienced criminal defense attorneys at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC can help you every step of the way. We know what to do because our white collar criminal defense lawyers have more than 90 years of combined legal experience. Our work has taught us important lessons about common examples of white collar criminal cases and how to effectively respond to them.
What are examples of corruption cases?
Allegations of corruption can cover a wide range. Some of the most common – and most serious – corruption allegation cases we handle at our law firm involve criminal charges concerning:
In many corruption cases, whistleblowers – legally known as relators – are financially rewarded for reporting this criminal activity. As a result, there may have been a financial motive for the whistleblower to make these allegations.
Our criminal defense attorneys can analyze every possible legal angle when reviewing your case. We know what strategies work, and we’re familiar with the applicable state and federal laws involving corruption charges and whistleblower complaints, including the False Claims Act.
Your rights matter here. Contact a criminal defense lawyer at our firm.
Evidence builds strong legal cases. Our attorneys can thoroughly review the details of your case and build the strongest possible legal defense. We work this way because we understand what’s at stake. If convicted of corruption, you could potentially be fined, imprisoned, required to pay restitution or have your business’ assets seized.
This may be your only opportunity for justice. Seize it. Contact our law firm and schedule a case evaluation today. Our dedicated, Texas corruption defense attorneys represent clients nationwide. Call 713-209-2950 or fill out our online inquiry form.