In our previous blog post, we discussed how keeping large amounts of cash can be construed as an illegal act. This is because of criminal activity, such as money laundering and drug sales. Some people who participate in these activities don't like to use banks because of the scrutiny that comes with making large deposits.
We know that white collar crimes often come as shock. Even if you don't have any idea that you were doing something illegal, there is a chance that you were. This is why these cases are often very difficult to handle. They are usually the result of long investigations and can include a lot of evidence. Going through all of it can take a while, but it is necessary if you want to defend against them.
Whether you are facing tax fraud, money laundering, or any other white collar crime, we can help you to learn about what options you have for defending yourself. Each point that the prosecution presents against you is a potential area that you can include in your defense.
We understand that you are worried about your future. We want you to understand the options that you have available. From going to trial to working out a plea deal, we think you should consider your choices.
White collar crimes come with considerable penalties that you have to think about when you plan your defense. These penalties can include fines and incarceration. We can't make those go away, but we can help you to determine if there are ways that you can minimize the impact.