Four Decades Defending Against White Collar Criminal Charges
White collar crimes can be exceedingly complex. These cases frequently rely on complicated evidence from business records, computer data and financial transactions. Prosecuting white collar crime usually falls to a highly experienced team of prosecutors, law enforcement officers and forensic investigators. Therefore, defending such a crime should fall to a highly experienced team of defense attorneys.
For over 40 years, The Law Office of E.G. Morris has represented clients accused of various white collar crimes. We have an intricate understanding of Texas law and federal law regarding financial crimes. Our combination of nuanced legal knowledge and experience with complex cases grants us the ability to effectively defend our clients against white collar criminal charges.
Defining White Collar Crime
Many Texans have become more aware of white collar crime in the past few years, as the state and federal government have increased their efforts to prosecute these offenses. But many people do not accurately understand these complex crimes. The term “white collar crime” is an umbrella term that refers to several violations committed for financial gain. Though white collar crime can occur in any industry, it is often found in the health care and financial sectors.
White collar crime can include:
- Fraud, including insurance fraud, Medicaid fraud, prescription fraud and wire fraud
- Federal tax offenses
White Collar Charges Can Derail Your Career
If you are under investigation for a white collar crime, you face much more than a criminal sentence. A conviction — or merely an investigation — for a white collar crime can jeopardize your professional reputation as well as those of your colleagues and your employer. To protect your career, it is crucial to obtain experienced representation from a defense lawyer who has successfully represented clients in similar cases.
Work With A Skilled Defense Team
It is in your best interests to work with a strong legal team that can defend you in the criminal justice system. Call our Austin office at 512-893-6121 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.