Attorneys Defending Those Charged with White Collar Crimes In Illinois
State and federal prosecutors treat white-collar crimes such as fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, forgery, larceny, accounting fraud, Internet crime, and elder fraud very seriously.
Many white-collar crimes are felonies and carry mandatory minimum sentences. A mandatory minimum sentence means the judge would be required to send you to prison for a specified period of time with no possibility of probation or early parole.
A conviction for a white-collar crime would also make it hard for you to get a job once you get out of prison. Few employers would consider hiring someone who has a conviction for fraud, embezzlement, or identity theft. To preserve your freedom and future, you need a white-collar crime lawyer who is willing to fight for you.
At our criminal defense law firm attorneys Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan have obtained dismissals and not guilty verdicts in dozens of felony cases, including white-collar crimes. We will subpoena the state's evidence and other materials so that we understand both the strengths and the weaknesses of the case against you. Then we will conduct our own investigations to challenge the prosecutor's charges.
We Win Cases Other Lawyers Send Their Clients To Jail On
Free case evaluation: Don't let anyone pressure you into pleading guilty to a white-collar crime. Contact a white-collar crime lawyer at the law offices of Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan today. Serving Naperville, Oak Brook, St. Charles, Chicago, Aurora and all of DuPage County.