Money laundering was our topic of choice last week. This is only one of the possible white collar crimes that you can face. Other crimes, such as identity theft and money laundering, are also possible. If you are facing any of these charges, we can help you learn about how you can handle your defense.
When you are facing one of these property crimes, there is a good chance that the evidence against you has been in progress for longer than you realize. This means that you will have to go through all of that evidence to find out what you need to point out in your defense.
Even in cases like burglary, the evidence might be pretty convincing. We know that this might make you think twice about your choice to present a defense. Still, you have the right to defend yourself against any criminal charges.
In all criminal cases, it is best to prepare your case for trial. Many of these cases don't make it that far, but it can usually help to keep the stress level down if you know that your defense is being built for trial.
We know that there are a lot of variables in these cases. We can help to find those variables and determine how we might use them in your favor. Our ultimate goal is a not guilty verdict, but sometimes, our clients know that the evidence against them is great so our focus moves to minimizing the penalties that occur if you are convicted. We know that you have some thinking to do -- just don't waste too much time or your trial will creep up on you quickly.