Defending Yourself Against White-Collar Crimes and Fraud Charges
In most cases involving potential criminal charges, early intervention is important. That is especially true when it comes to government investigations, in which the government has yet to file charges.
In other words, you might have a chance to get out in front of the problem before it gets worse.
In light of the current political and economic environment, many branches of the government are eager to make accusations of white-collar crime. If you’re an executive or employee who has received a request for information from the government, you’re not alone.
I can help defend and guide you through a government investigation involving:
Responding to the government’s requests during an investigation can be extremely time-consuming. In some cases, it can even cause significant damage to your business. Let The Law Office of James E. Tyner, PLLC, work on your behalf to prevent that from happening.
What Is White Collar Crime?
Once upon a time, the only way to steal someone’s money was to remove it directly from their wallet. These days, however, it is entirely possible for a sophisticated criminal to take someone’s money while standing halfway around the world. Updates in technology have made it easier for people to commit certain white-collar crimes, such as Internet fraud, identity theft and credit card fraud. The fall 2013 retail data breach at Target is an example of high-tech hackers exploiting advances in technology to commit white collar crime.
Choose A Serious Defender For Serious Charges
I offer representation for criminal matters throughout Albany and the surrounding areas. I know what it takes to defend against these kinds of charges, and I can help you through it as well. For a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney, call 518-783-3800 or email me directly.