Belmares Law, PLLC
Dickson Criminal Defense Lawyer

White Collar Crime Takes Many Forms

"White collar crime" is not a formal legal category at the state or federal level. Instead, it is the nickname given to a wide range of legal violations that are typically carried out silently — through savvy accounting, conspiracy and outright fraud. While these crimes lack the stigma of other violent or sensational offenses, they can still carry stiff penalties that can affect your life for years to come.

I will help you minimize the impact of white collar charges on your life. Whenever possible, I will seek to have the charges against you dropped or at least reduced. When that is not an option, I will push for a lenient sentence. In every case, my top priority is to help you return to life as normal — both at work and at home — as quickly as possible.

Experienced Defense For Any White Collar Charge

I represent clients facing a wide range of white collar charges, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Forgery
  • Counterfeiting
  • Laundering money
  • Computer hacking, email interception and cybercrime
  • Extortion
  • Identity theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Welfare fraud
  • Commercial burglary
  • Perjury
  • False financial statements

Speak With A Lawyer As Soon As Possible

The only way to take control of your legal fate is to find an attorney you can trust to explain the law and stand up for your rights. Whether you are facing charges for the first time or the 10th, I will provide you with the information and advice you need to make informed decisions about your immediate legal situation as well as your long-term goals.

To schedule a free initial consultation at Belmares Law, PLLC, call 615-375-6932 or use the online contact form. The office is located in Dickson, Tennessee.

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