FAQ About Whistleblowers
Answers you can trust from whistleblower criminal defense attorneys
If you’re the target of a whistleblower investigation, knowing what to do next can be overwhelming. Even if you know you didn’t do anything wrong, it’s easy to feel nervous and intimidated about what steps to take to clear your name.
Fortunately, you’re not alone. Our experienced, whistleblower criminal defense lawyers at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC can help you every step of the way. We’re familiar with many of the most common examples of whistleblower cases. That’s because our white collar criminal defense lawyers have more than 90 years of combined legal experience. There’s no substitute for this courtroom experience, no substitute for success.
What is your whistleblower question?
We hear a lot of questions about whistleblowers and legal cases initiated by them at our law firm. That’s why we created this page dedicated to answering some of the most frequently asked questions about whistleblowers. Some of those questions include:
- What Is a Whistleblower?
- Have You Been Accused By A Whistleblower?
- Do Whistleblowers Have to Reveal Their Identity?
- Is a Whistleblower Compensated?
- What is Qui Tam Law?
- What is the False Claims Act?
- What is the Whistleblower Protection Act?
If you don’t see your specific question listed above, don’t worry. Even if you do, don’t simply assume that you now have enough information to handle your case on your own. Each whistleblower case often presents its own, unique challenges. That’s why we strongly advise you to talk to a criminal defense attorney at our law firm as soon as possible.
Whistleblower criminal defense cases can be complicated. We can help.
The stakes are high in many whistleblower defense cases. If you’re found guilty of violating state or federal laws, you could be fined thousands of dollars, forced to pay restitution or even be sentenced to serve several years in prison depending on the nature of your legal case.
We understand the seriousness of the civil or criminal charges against you. That’s why we want to meet with you as soon as possible to build the strongest possible legal case in your defense. Just because a whistleblower made an accusation against you doesn’t mean you have to forfeit your rights. Contact our law firm and schedule your case evaluation with an aggressive, whistleblower criminal defense attorney who will fearlessly fight for your rights. Contact Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC right now.