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The Experience You Need If You Face White Collar Criminal Charges
Conviction of fraud, embezzlement or another white collar crime can seriously derail your career and personal life. If you face a criminal charge of this type, it is critical that you enlist the help of an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense law firm. In Los Angeles and throughout Southern California, that firm is Shevin Law Group.
White collar criminal charges often stem from a lengthy investigation that is conducted by federal law enforcement officials. The penalties are severe, and the prosecutors have extensive resources to push for conviction. We understand how high the stakes are and what it takes to build an aggressive defense. Our attorneys bring more than four decades of cumulative legal experience to every case.
Legal Strategies Tailored To Your Needs
We provide highly personalized legal counsel by taking the time to closely review the facts of every case and discuss things in great detail at the start. Our emphasis on clear communication, from the initial consultation through the resolution of the case, means every client stays informed on the status of their case and is fully aware of their options.
No outcome is guaranteed, of course, but our decades of experience means we have handled a wide variety of white collar cases. As a result, we can provide you with a good idea of possible outcomes. We are able to resolve a number of cases through negotiation or other alternative means of resolution, which allows us to retain more control over the outcome, and avoid lengthy and expensive litigation. If a fair agreement cannot be reached outside of court, we are trial-tested attorneys who will always stand ready to advocate on your behalf in court.
We represent corporate executives, office workers, physicians and other medical professionals, accountants, entertainment professionals and others in all types of white collar criminal cases, including:
- Identity theft
- Medicaid or Medicare fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Mail fraud and wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Money laundering
Act Promptly If You Are Charged Or Being Investigated
The first point of contact from law enforcement authorities in white collar cases often is not an arrest. It is a wise idea to enlist legal counsel even if you are only questioned in connection with a white collar crime. Early involvement on our part will help us build the strongest possible defense on your behalf, not to mention protect you from incriminating yourself through any comments to authorities.