White Collar Crime Lawyer in Springfield, IL
Understanding Your Charges with Our Team
In general, any offense that affects the economic stability of another person or business, or of the government, is considered to be a "white collar crime." Most of these offenses involve some form of fraud and are treated as serious theft offenses, since the ultimate goal of the white collar criminal is to deprive another entity of money, assets, profit, stocks, and other such property. Some of the most common white collar crimes include the following:
- Identity theft
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
Start Protecting Your Reputation & Career
As a person who has been placed in a position of responsibility over the finances of another, you cannot afford to allow charges of a white collar crime to ruin your reputation. You need to act quickly and fight your charges before your peers and employer lose their faith in you. Johnson Law Group has a history of success in all types of criminal defense and can provide the representation that you need. We also represent clients during
pre-trial investigations, and therefore may be able to prevent white collar crime charges from being filed against you in the first place.
Awards and accolades that set up apart from other law firms include:
- 20 years practicing criminal defense
- More than 50 years of combined experience
- Comprehensive team of professionals, including former prosecutors and a police officer
- Members of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers
Retain a Criminal Defense Attorney in Springfield, IL
The sooner you hire a Springfield, IL criminal defense lawyer from our firm, the sooner your charges may be dropped or your case dismissed. Our attorneys can work tirelessly to protect your reputation and defend you from the criminal penalties that result from a white collar crime conviction. White collar crimes are very often federal offenses, and they are typically charged as serious felonies. We can give our full attention to your case so that you do not face thousands of dollars in fines and a time in state prison.
Contact us today or fill out our free case evaluation to get started!