White Collar Defense
At State Street Law, our criminal trial attorneys represent clients facing state or federal charges of white collar crime from obstruction of justice to money laundering. To learn more about our ability to develop and present an effective defense in your case, contact a Michigan criminal defense lawyer at our Ann Arbor office.
We represent individuals, businesses, and professional associations facing such white collar crime charges as the following:
- Tax fraud or failure to file income tax returns
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Health care or Medicaid fraud
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
- Credit card fraud
- Making false statements
- Obstruction of justice
The favorable resolution of white collar crime cases very often depends on the detailed examination of the government's evidence by forensic accountants or experienced financial professionals. Our experience with the development and presentation of evidence in fraud cases can represent a significant advantage to our clients both in negotiating the charges with the prosecution and at trial.
When doctors, pharmacists, real estate professionals, teachers, or other licensed professionals—including attorneys—find themselves facing white collar criminal charges, they can also expect to receive a notice of disciplinary action from the board that licenses and disciplines the particular profession. Our defense strategies on the underlying criminal charges will be selected with potential professional license problems in mind, and we can also represent you in any administrative proceedings involving suspension or revocation or your professional license.
For a free consultation about our ability to represent you effectively in cases involving allegations of fraud, money laundering, or tax offenses, contact one of the criminal defense attorneys at State Street Law for a free consultation.