Helping You Understand White Collar Crimes
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines white collar crime as a "full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals." If you are facing a white collar crime charge, attorneys at Hallinan & Wine can help. We have years of experience representing clients who have been charged with a multitude of white collar crimes, including:
- Credit card fraud
- Identity theft
- Intellectual property theft
- Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Securities fraud
When facing serious white collar criminal charges, it's important to have confidence in your lawyer when discussing the sensitive details of your case. The aggressive attorneys at Hallinan & Wine are here to convince prosecutors that we are not going to roll over and take the first deal that is offered. We understand the law and have the skills to properly analyze your case and fight for a better deal if possible.
Discussing Your Options When Facing White Collar Criminal Charges
We know that finding the correct lawyer to meet your needs is important. That's why we often offer advice to clients who turn to us for a second opinion.
When you come to our San Francisco, California, law firm, we speak critically and candidly about all the details of your case, ultimately leaving the decisions up to you. Although it may be advantageous in some cases to take a prosecutor's deal, our clients are never pressured by attorneys to take a deal. In some cases, the outcome may be better if you are willing to go to trial, and we are willing to discuss those options with you when you come to our firm.
Our Firm Is Ready To Represent You
In summation, our role as white collar crime attorneys in San Francisco is to give you an honest prediction of what will happen in your case and determine whether or not it can/should be tried in court. We understand that there are some people who insist on going to trial, and we will always work with the wishes of clients.
If you are accused of a crime, don't hesitate to contact Hallinan & Wine by calling or via email.