Aggressively Defending You in a Financial Crime Case
Being accused of and charged with a white-collar crime can be damaging to your reputation, future employment, and freedom. Depending on the nature of the offense and the amount of financial damage involved, you face years of incarceration, heavy fines, restitution to victims, and a future as a convicted felon. Your professional licenses may be lost, and you will have a permanent criminal record that can hamper prospective employment opportunities.
At such a time, you need to be able to depend on a dedicated and proven attorney who knows how to develop a strong defense. At The Glasscox Law Firm LLC, your case will be handled by not one but two lawyers who have 50 years of combined experience. We will thoroughly investigate all aspects of your arrest and the evidence being used against you to build a strategy, as we work toward a favorable outcome on your behalf.
Being investigated? Already been charged? Call us at (205) 345-9537 to arrange for a free consultation with one of our Tuscaloosa white collar crimes defense lawyers.
What are Alabama White Collar Crimes?
White collar crimes are characterized by deceit, misrepresentation, and fraud. Typically, they are aimed at gaining a financial advantage at the expense of others. Those accused are often executives, business managers, lower-level employees, accountants, investment counselors, and public officials. Even though they are non-violent crimes, they are vigorously investigated and prosecuted in both state and federal courts.
Examples of white-collar crimes include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Money laundering
- Misuse of public funds
- Public corruption
- Mail fraud
- Tax evasion
- Credit card fraud
- Investment fraud, such as Ponzi schemes
- Securities fraud
- Healthcare fraud, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Mortgage fraud
If you have been accused of any type of fraud, it is likely that an intense and lengthy investigation of your activities has been conducted. If you suspect that you are being investigated for any type of financial crime, it is in your best interests to contact The Glasscox Law Firm LLC as soon as possible. We can step in to ensure that your legal rights are protected, that you do not jeopardize your case with inadvertent mistakes, and take legal steps to put you in a more advantageous position.
Depending on the type of crime and the amount of financial damage allegedly caused, you may be facing a misdemeanor or felony charge. Misdemeanor charges are punishable by up to 1 year in jail and fines ranging from $500 to up to $6,000. Felony charges are punishable by 10 years to up to life in prison, with fines of up to $60,000.
We Will Work Toward a Favorable Result
The Glasscox Law Firm LLC is used to handling complex cases of all types. We will locate and analyze all possible evidence to determine the most effective way to defend you. At every phase of the legal process, we will keep you informed and provide counsel about any important decisions that you must make, such as cooperating with prosecutors or going to trial.