Arrested For A White Collar Crime?
The term white collar crimes refers to a variety of nonviolent, financial offenses such as:
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
While these all fall under the umbrella of white collar crimes, they vary dramatically in terms of how they are investigated and prosecuted, as well as the penalties involved. A case involving an accountant accused of funneling money into a personal account is completely different from a case involving a public employee accused of accepting bribes. For this reason, a one-size-fits-all approach to criminal defense in these cases does not make sense.
The Versatility To Win
A Louisville attorney who handles white collar crimes in either state or federal court must be versatile and able to create a criminal defense strategy designed for a specific set of facts. This becomes extra complex in white collar crime cases due to the likelihood of a substantial amount of highly technical, often computer-based evidence. Sorting through it can be challenging, but will be critical in finding the flaws in the case against the accused.
Lawyer Nick Mudd has the experience and aptitude to analyze complicated evidence, find the weaknesses and build a strong case. Well-known and respected as a trial lawyer, he is perfectly at home in a courtroom arguing in front of a jury, making them understand your side of the story and fighting to prevent these charges from ruining your life and career.
He can handle all types of white collar crimes and fraud crimes, including credit card fraud, insurance fraud, health care fraud and more.