Wilmington Federal White Collar Crimes Defense Attorneys
Aggressive investigation by the federal government of questionable business practices has turned what used to be excusable as mistakes, oversight or negligence into criminal investigation of federal fraud charges. An innocent mistake often now involves warrants to search business records and files, subpoenas for confidential business information, subpoenas to testify before a grand jury and indictments against unsuspecting business owners and operators.
White collar crimes are so named because they are considered victimless crimes. In other words, they do not usually involve a weapon or a threat of violence, but an allegation of deceit or a violation of trust. As a former prosecutor in New Hanover County and now an experienced criminal defense attorney, Patrick Roberts of Roberts Law Group, PLLC, has handled a number of white collar crimes cases at both the federal and state level.
When everything is on the line, experience counts. Contact our firm to put our experienced federal trial lawyers on your side.
Experienced Defense Against a Wide Range of Federal White Collar Crimes
The federal trial attorneys of Roberts Law Group, PLLC, defend individuals and businesses in the Wilmington area charged with federal white collar crimes including:
- Fraud, including mortgage fraud, bank fraud, health care fraud, insurance fraud, tax fraud, credit card fraud, Internet fraud and mail fraud
- Price fixing
- Insider trading
- Public corruption
- Bribery and extortion
- Ponzi schemes
One major consideration if you are accused of federal white collar crimes is the publicity you will receive once information of the charges against you or your business breaks in the press. Consider how this will affect your family, your personal life and your business, but do not wait to contact a federal criminal defense attorney.
The federal prosecutor, with assistance from other government agencies including the FBI, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and many others, is already building a case against you. You should also be working with an experienced federal defense attorney, whether you are under investigation or have already been arrested, on building an effective defense strategy.
In Federal Court, Experience Matters. Roberts Law Group, PLLC
If your business, your career and your life are on the line, experience counts. With proven results in difficult cases, the Wilmington white collar crimes defense attorneys at Roberts Law Group, PLLC, are on your side. We offer the personalized, intelligent representation your criminal defense demands. Contact us online or at 910-212-5555 to speak with a federal trial attorney at our firm today. Talk to us before you talk to investigators. Your freedom may depend on it.
U.S. vs. J.R.
Charge: Mail Fraud (9 Counts), Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud
Facing: Three years in prison
Result: One year, One day
Our client was convicted of nine counts of mail fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud. The government alleged that our client fraudulently obtained more than $115,000 from her former employer. At the sentencing hearing, the Judge granted our motion for a downward departure, sentencing our client to one year and one day. The government had asked the judge to sentence our client to several years.