We recently discussed wire fraud and how specific events must have occurred in order for the crime to have happened. Each one of those items is a chance for us to try to weaken the prosecution’s case against you. We have to evaluate each piece of evidence the prosecution has against you and work from there to determine what types of defense strategies we might utilize.

The defense option that you use depends on the circumstances of your case. The defense for a Ponzi scheme will be different from the defense for identity theft. That’s why it is so important to customize your defense strategy to your case.

When it comes to white collar crimes, it can be very challenging to figure out every aspect of the case. These cases often include very complex elements. That doesn’t mean that we can’t work to put your defense together, it simply means that we need to have time to work through the complex angles.

In some cases, we have to start our investigation at a point long before the events that are included in the criminal case. There could be some events that prove you didn’t do what you are accused of or that if you did those things, you weren’t actually aware that you weren’t acting in a legitimate and legal manner.

We know that you might not know where to start. We are here to help you find that starting point and determining where to move from there so that we can build up your defense against the white collar criminal charges placed against you.