Amarillo White Collar Defense
White-collar crime has become a hot button issue in America. Legal issues involving white-collar crime, government, and regulatory investigations can be extraordinarily complicated and sensitive, and seemingly minor missteps could result in hefty fines, lengthy prison sentences, and even the complete dismantling of corporations. The Amarillo attorney at The Warner Law Firm have extensive federal trial experience defending clients against criminal prosecution.
We have had significant success defending corporations, small businesses, sole proprietorships, and their officers from a wide range of allegations including:
- Health care fraud
- Securities fraud
- Tax fraud
- False claims
- Crimes against the environment
- Immigration violations
- State and federal labor violations
- Wire and mail fraud
- Bank and mortgage fraud
If you or your business has been charged with any white-collar crimes, our team has the expertise to guide you through regulatory and government inquiries, hearings, and trial, and have been successful in defending clients against these types of charges, persuading prosecutors to not press charges, and to negotiate business-friendly settlements.
By involving an expert attorney early in the investigation, you can take better control of the situation. Expert representation can influence a prosecutor or regulatory agency’s decisions and determine whether the issue is to be pursued as a criminal offense, a civil charge, or dropped entirely. Our attorney will provide legal advice at every stage of an investigation and a trial. We have developed professional relationships with leading industry professionals, allowing us to build sophisticated expert defenses in a wide range of industries.
The consequences of a criminal, civil, or regulatory investigation can be damaging not only to your business, but also to your family life. The Warner Law Firm is intent on preserving the rights of our clients, reducing damage and disruption caused by government and regulatory investigations, and protecting you from collateral damage including loss or suspension of professional licenses, bad publicity, and loss of business. Our focus is on resolving these issues, so that you can move forward with your business.
In federal white-collar convictions, there is no parole. In a criminal conviction, someone found guilty of a white-collar crime will serve a mandatory minimum of 85% of the total sentence. In the event of a conviction, The Warner Law Firm will argue on your behalf for a lenient sentence.
White Collar Defense from The Warner Law Firm
The Warner Law Firm will be your trusted partner in all white-collar crimes. If you, or your business is being charged with embezzlement, fraud, or any other criminal or civil matters, please contact our Amarillo offices for a no-risk consultation.