Overview of White Collar Crimes
San Antonio White Collar Crime Lawyer
White collar crimes are typically non-violent, but the penalties can be extremely harsh. These crimes are on the increase in recent years, and there are increased state and federal law enforcement teams that are focused on identifying those who are engaged in illegal financial activities. Most of these charges are filed at a federal level, and a conviction can lead to prison time, fines, restitution, and other consequences that may affect the rest of your life. White collar crime is a broad term that basically refers to a criminal act involving the use of deceit to obtain money, services, or other assets. Our legal team represents clients facing all types of white collar crime charges, including:
Being charged with a white collar crime is a very serious matter that demands the immediate attention of a skilled attorney. Don't risk your freedom or your future. At Daniel & Hudson we understand what you are facing and we have extensive experience in defending against white collar crime charges. We have exceptional resources to call upon to support the case for the defense, including forensic accountants, computer experts and others. We know what it takes to defend against these crimes and will immediately get into action for you if you are facing criminal charges related to financial crimes.
Choose a law firm with experience in white collar crimes!
Attorneys Douglas Daniel and Brandon Hudson have received recognition from San Antonio Magazine as Best Lawyers in San Antonio for the past several years. With over 40 years of combined experience, our firm cares about our clients and we are dedicated to helping you and your family though the emotional and legal turmoil that comes with being charged with a crime. We devote the personal attention necessary to carefully listen to you so that we can thoroughly investigate your case and develop a strategy designed to obtain results. We understand the complexities of white collar cases and have the experience to negotiate with the prosecution to seek reduced charges or a dismissal if possible. We are highly qualified to defend you if you are facing federal charges related to a financial crime.