A financial crime is still a crime.
No, what you are accused of didn’t involve someone being struck with a car or truck, beaten or sexually abused. You have been charged with a white collar crime: an offense that implies you took financial advantage of an employer, business partner or constituent. And you face the same harsh consequences if you are convicted — state or federal court, substantial fines, a criminal record as a felon and harsh parole conditions after your release from incarceration.
A white collar crime covers offenses such as extortion, embezzlement, identity theft, a computer crime, a RICO violation, money laundering, bribery, forgery, one or more of the many kinds of fraud — mail, bank, health care, mortgage, securities and wire, among them — or public corruption, if you are an elected official.
Corrupt heads of corporations, public “servants” and business owners are indicted and convicted every day, for everything from insider trading to Ponzi schemes that ruin the lives of innocent investors.
If you are facing one or more of these serious charges, and the harsh penalties that come with it, right now the best thing you can do, for yourself and those closest to you, is to retain the most dedicated, energetic defense representation you can find in Greater Phoenix — a lawyer who will aggressively safeguard your interests, in and out of court.
Steven Zachary of the Zachary Law Group is a skilled, experienced, client-committed criminal defense attorney. He is dedicated to protecting the rights of his Arizona clients who have been accused of any white collar crime.
Steven Zachary wants you to know that every problem has a solution. You can postpone it, try to buy your way out of it, or you can … “Zach it.” The law is on your side. Call today and take your worry away with an initial consultation at Steven Zachary’s Gilbert law office. Call 480-389-3533.