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White Collar

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot‘s white-collar defense attorneys defend companies and individuals at every stage of the investigation. When prosecution does occur, we work to secure the best possible outcome, either through settlement or vigorous trial defense. Our attorneys have experience in defending clients against a wide range of conduct and finance-related offenses.

Generally, white-collar crimes are non-violent offenses committed for financial gain. Typically occurring in businesses, these crimes often involve deceit to defraud another person and deprive them of property or money. Although a person may not be physically injured when victim to a white-collar crime, that does not mean that these offenses are not taken seriously. Often large agencies, such as the FBI or IRS, investigate such matters for months to develop a strong case against the accused. Additionally, the prosecution will work hard to obtain a conviction and seek maximum penalties.

If you’ve been accused of a white-collar crime, it’s imperative to reach out to our skilled team as quickly as possible. A conviction could result in job loss, imprisonment, asset seizure, fines, and a damaged reputation, making it difficult for you to rebuild your life after you have completed your sentence. BHBC understands the impacts a conviction can have on your life. We will fight hard to protect your rights and freedoms.

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