Houston, Texas White Collar Crime Defense Lawyers
The phrase white collar crime is most often used to define state and federal felony offenses such as fraud, embezzlement and identity theft. These crimes are typically non-violent and often include a complex scheme that may appear to have no single victim. Generally, white collar crimes are committed by executives, business people and professionals. Effective criminal defense of white collar crimes such as mortgage fraud or money laundering often requires experience in the area of forensic accounting, securities law and insurance.
If you or a family member has been charged with a white collar crime such as felony Medicaid fraud or corporate embezzlement, you can rely on the experience and resources of the Law Firm of Bires Schaffer & DeBorde. Since 1988, we have been earning our national reputation for helping people fight to protect their freedom and their future after being charged with a white collar crime. Contact us today to arrange a consultation.
Experienced Trial Lawyers Fighting for You
In many cases, prosecutors are more interested in obtaining restitution for the victim, rather than a long prison sentence for a conviction. Our attorneys are experienced in the courtroom. We thoroughly prepare all of our cases for a success trial. Prosecutors know that our proposals for restitution, reduction of charges or dismissal must be taken seriously, or they risk losing in court. We handle defense of white collar crimes that include:
- Bank Fraud
- Broker Fraud Charges
- Internet fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax Evasion
- Tax fraud
- Business fraud
- Environmental crimes
- Money laundering
- Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Securities Fraud
We have earned a national reputation for protecting people's rights.
No matter where you are in the U.S., we are ready to help. Contact our offices in Houston, Texas to schedule a consultation about the circumstances of your white collar crime charges. Even if you haven't been charged, but are under investigation, the time to start an effective defense is now.