White Collar Crimes 2018-03-14T19:13:48+00:00


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Being accused of a white collar crime can destroy your reputation and your career, but there are steps you can take to protect your future. At the Law Offices of Alan Brown in San Antonio, our attorneys have extensive legal experience. And as a former prosecutor, Alan Brown understands the intricacies of criminal law and the tactics that prosecuting attorneys use in white collar cases, giving our firm an edge in crafting our strategies.

We believe it is important for clients to feel comfortable with their attorney, which is why we make significant efforts to earn your trust and keep you at ease throughout the process.

White collar crimes attorneys in San Antonio aggressively defend you against business crime allegations

“White collar crime” refers to any crime committed in a business environment. Examples of these crimes include fraud, embezzlement, identity theft and copyright violations. When under investigation for a white collar crime, you typically receive what’s called a “target letter,” beckoning you to testify in front of a grand jury about possible criminal law violations. If you receive such a letter or have already been charged with a white collar crime, it’s important that you contact a white collar crimes attorney as soon as possible.

Two major defensive strategies that can help you combat white collar crime charges include:

  • Entrapment. This is a scenario in which law enforcement officials use methods of coercion to force defendants into committing a criminal act that they would otherwise not commit. Your San Antonio criminal law attorney seeks to prove that you were entrapped, which can help remove or reduce the charges against you.
  • Absence of intent. Determining the intent of a crime is a major part of white collar crime legal proceedings. A San Antonio Internet crimes attorney shows that you lacked any intent to commit a crime, giving you a better likelihood for a positive case outcome.

Without the assistance of an attorney, you could be subject to jail time, the loss of your career, a damaged reputation, significant fines, probation or other penalties. Our attorneys pursue justice on your behalf, minimizing your penalties and clearing your name when possible.

Contact a San Antonio white collar crimes lawyer today

Call the Law Offices of Alan Brown today at 210-227-5103 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your white collar crime case. Our office is located right next to the historic San Fernando Cathedral and has parking available at the nearby courthouse. Contact your attorney any time of the day — someone is available to take your call 24/7.