White Collar Crime Attorneys in Murfreesboro
Representation in Cases of Fraud and Beyond
White collar crime has increased as the world becomes more and more high tech. These types of nonviolent crimes involve theft and fraud through deception and misrepresentation. They are generally committed by business professionals or public officials. If you are being investigated or have been charged with a white-collar crime, it is advised that you seek representation from a qualified criminal defense attorney. Each Murfreesboro white collar crime attorney at Parkerson Santel, PLLC concentrates their practice on criminal defense and has invaluable experience as a former prosecutor. Attorney Parkerson is a former Assistant District Attorney General in Murfreesboro, Smyrna, LaVergne, and all of Rutherford County, who has prosecuted thousands of cases.
White Collar Crimes
There are many types of white collar crimes, including investment fraud, bank fraud, blackmail, bribery, computer fraud, cellular phone fraud, counterfeiting, credit card fraud, embezzlement, forgery, health care fraud, insurance fraud, insider trading, kickbacks, theft and larceny, money laundering, welfare fraud, racketeering, securities fraud, tax evasion, telemarketing fraud, internet crimes, public corruption, trade secret theft, price fixing, extortion, perjury, obstruction of justice, and environmental law violations. White collar crimes may be investigated by both state and federal agencies and carry penalties of prison time, steep fines, and restitution to the victims, often with interest.
Being charged with a white collar crime is a serious matter which requires the serious legal assistance of an attorney who can provide competent and aggressive representation. The Murfreesboro white collar crime lawyers at Parkerson Santel, PLLC have extensive trial experience and, with their backgrounds as former prosecutors, have in-depth understandings of how the state prepares its case against you, which they can utilize on your behalf. It is highly recommended that you consult with a lawyer from the firm about the particular facts of your situation as soon as possible.
Facing white collar crime charges? Contact a Murfreesboro criminal lawyer at the firm now.