White Collar Crimes

DEPENDABLE DEFENSE COUNSEL IN CASES OF FRAUD OR EMBEZZLEMENT

If you have been charged with a fraud offense in the state or federal criminal justice system, the advice of an experienced defense attorney can help you understand your options for resolving the charges and presenting an effective defense strategy. Contact DDPC Law., to find out how you can benefit from the advice of proactive and resourceful lawyers.

With offices in Livonia, Grosse Pointe Farms and Novi, our law firm serves the needs of clients throughout southeast Michigan on a wide range of charges. Examples include:

  • Mortgage fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Embezzlement or employee theft
  • Insurance fraud
  • Bank fraud, credit card fraud or forgery charges
  • Public corruption, bribery or mail fraud
  • Criminal violations related to trade secrets, advertising or misappropriation of confidential data
  • Retail fraud
  • Consumer fraud

The sentencing range of many white collar crimes is based on the dollar amount allegedly taken by the defendant. By working closely with forensic accountants and financial experts, we can often identify weaknesses in the evidence against you, which our lawyers can use in working toward a dismissal or reduction of the charges.

AGGRESSIVE FRAUD DEFENSE ATTORNEYS IN LIVONIA, GROSSE POINT FARMS OR NOVI

Keep in mind that the government needs to prove every essential fact against you beyond a reasonable doubt. Our ability to probe deeply into the detailed financial data that the prosecution will depend on can go far to protect your interests.

Our Michigan white collar crime defense lawyers also protect clients from the collateral consequences of a fraud prosecution. We can coordinate your criminal defense with an effective response to professional licensing or immigration problems. Our objective is to protect your long-term interests as well as resolve the immediate criminal charges on the most favorable terms possible.

For further information about the most effective defense strategies in your case, contact the Wayne County or Oakland County offices of DDPC Law.