Allegations of fraud or other white collar crimes can ruin careers. Even if the allegations do not lead to an arrest or a conviction, serious damage can be done. If you are under investigation for a white collar crime or if you have been charged, it is important that you act as quickly as possible to ensure that no opportunities are missed that could yield positive results. At Brown Paindiris & Scott, we will use our experience to protect you, your career, your reputation and your future.
Are You Under Investigation?
Are you the target of a grand jury investigation? Is the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or another federal agency asking questions of you, your colleagues or co-workers? Being the subject of this type of questioning can be intimidating, and rightfully so. They are looking for any evidence they can use against you, including seemingly minor misstatements. You want someone on your side who can make certain you are protected during the investigation, who will set the stage for success if charges are formally filed against you.
If you have been charged already, by no means does that mean you are too late. Our experience means we can help you fight these charges.
What Crime Was Allegedly Committed?
Since 1977, we have handled all types of white collar crime cases, including:
- Fraud (wire fraud, mail fraud, bank fraud, stock fraud)
- Insider trading
- Tax evasion
Protect Your Career
White collar crime charges can often overlap with allegations of professional misconduct. We have the experience to represent professionals who face administrative law matters involving state or federal agencies as a result of criminal charges.
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More information about criminal defense cases: Review our frequently asked questions about criminal defense cases as well as our criminal law articles.
Contact Our Connecticut Embezzlement Lawyers
With four offices throughout central Connecticut, we are a convenient source of cost-effective and practical legal solutions. Contact us for a free consultation to find out more about what our Hartford white collar crimes attorneys can do for you.