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Knowledgeable Defense From Complex White Collar Crime Charges

The vast majority of people who are charged with white collar crimes are not hardened criminals. In some cases, businesses look for a scapegoat to explain financial losses, and an unwitting employee or executive takes the blame. Lack of experience in the criminal justice system only makes the problem worse, as they can be vulnerable to police investigation tactics and don’t know how to protect their own interests.

If you have been charged with a white collar crime or even if you think you might be under investigation, it is critical to work with an experienced legal team.

At Leonard, Hammond, Thoma & Terrill, P.C., our skilled criminal defense attorneys defend clients against a range of white collar crime charges that include:

  • Fraud: We handle all types of fraud charges, including insider trading and other forms of security fraud, mortgage fraud and wire fraud.
  • Embezzlement: We defend clients against embezzlement charges involving misuse of company funds, investment brokerage embezzlement, legal embezzlement, Ponzi schemes and related charges.
  • Internet/computer crimes: There are many different types of computer and internet white collar crime charges, including identity theft, financial scams and security breaches.

Our attorneys will use all of our resources and explore every possible option for defending you against the white collar crime charges you face. We will work with you to determine the best strategy and defend you aggressively in the legal process.

Contact Us For Aggressive Representation

Our attorneys have been representing clients in Fort Wayne, Indiana, since 1952. We take a strategic approach to finding the best defense plan for every client we represent. Our lawyers are well-versed in the sophisticated, complex legal matters associated with white collar crime defense. We can help you protect your legal rights, your reputation and your future.

Schedule a free initial consultation using our online contact form or by calling 260-420-6000.

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