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Financial & White Collar Offenses

Being accused of a financial crime is a stressful and oftentimes humiliating process.  The allegation alone can lead to losing your job and reputation in the community, but it doesn’t stop there.  Financial crimes can carry steep criminal penalties that include prison, community supervision, and often result in astronomical restitution obligations.  A suspicious boss, business dispute, or misunderstanding over finances can all lead to significant felony charges. 

 

Chris has represented hundreds of clients charged with financial and property crimes, taken a significant number of cases to jury trial, and obtained numerous dismissals and reductions in white collar offenses.  His experience ranges from simple shoplifting to large dollar fraud and embezzlement cases involving businesses, charitable organizations, and government

  • Theft

  • Embezzlement

  • Identity Theft

  • Robbery

  • Fraud/Theft by Fraud

  • Burglary

  • Tax Crimes

  • Forgery

  • Extortion

  • Misconduct in Public Office

  • Arson