White collar crimes, as defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are crimes “characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust” and “the motivation behind these crimes is financial.” White collar crimes include embezzlement, identify theft, fraud, money laundering, and other crimes. These crimes are investigated and prosecuted by both state and federal agencies, and the investigations and charges span an array of industries.
Our criminal defense attorneys can work effectively and efficiently to resolve investigations and, when appropriate, resolve allegations prior to trial. Our criminal defense attorneys are also experienced trial lawyers who can defend you at trial if necessary.
Dozier Miller attorneys can provide representation to individuals and businesses that receive grand jury subpoenas, civil investigative demands, search warrants, or any other requests for information from federal prosecutors, state prosecutors or investigative or regulatory agencies. A federal investigation can ruin the reputation and financial stability of an individual or organization.
If you or your business are the target of an investigation, or charged with a white-collar crime, contact our criminal defense attorneys.
When you’re faced with a traffic violation, pleading guilty and paying the fine may seem like the simplest and fastest path to resolution. It’s important to understand a guilty plea can result in more consequences than a simple fine.
Whether you were stopped on the way home after two drinks at happy hour or were involved in a traffic accident where alcohol was a factor, driving under the influence (DUI) charges are serious matters.
Being put on probation is an alternative to being put in jail — it’s a second chance. However, probation comes with rules and restrictions. If those rules are broken, there’s a risk of having probation revoked and being ordered to jail.
Conviction in drug crime cases can have serious and permanent effects on your future, long after you’ve paid the steep fines or served time. If you’ve been arrested on drug possession, trafficking or manufacturing charges, it is critical that you contact an experienced drug crime defense attorney.
The justice system is relentless in cracking down on violent crimes. No matter where you live, the punishments for violent crime charges are severe, with severe jail time possible. The effect a conviction can have on your life — your career, your family, your independence — is staggering.
Whether you are charged in a drug and money laundering conspiracy, racketeering or other conspiracy, you need an attorney who understands the intricacies of federal conspiracy law.
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