“White collar crime” is a catch-all phrase used to describe a range of criminal offenses that are typically nonviolent in nature, financial in nature and prosecuted as felonies. The success (conviction) rates for prosecutors who work these cases also tend to be very high, thanks largely to the massive amount of state resources put into investigating and preparing these cases before charges are even filed.
By contrast, individuals still under investigation or who have already been formally charged with a white collar type of criminal offense share only one trait in common that really matters — the need to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.
We Handle All White Collar Criminal Charges
At the Wright Law Office, in Bloomington, we understand the uphill battle most white collar criminal defendants are already facing by the time we first meet. We come prepared, however, to aggressively defend their rights, protect their futures and make prosecutors meet their burden of proof for each element of the crime(s) charged. These include:
- Bank fraud
- Mail or wire fraud
- Securities fraud
- Health care fraud
- Tax fraud
- Money laundering
Acting as your attorney, John D. Wright will subpoena the state’s evidence and review it in painstaking detail looking for flaws, weaknesses, legal issues and facts that may be useful in preparing an effective defense. He will also help you understand your legal options, challenge the admissibility of key evidence, hire appropriate experts and work closely with you throughout the process to achieve the best possible outcome.
Building A Defense Against Violent Criminal Charges
We provide equally thorough and aggressive defense representation for individuals charged with violent crimes such as domestic battery, aggravated assault, robbery, manslaughter, attempted murder and homicide.
If You Have Been Charged With A Felony, Contact Us
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