There was no violence or break-in. No guns or threats. You are facing charges for a crime allegedly committed on paper or with a computer keyboard. Yet the punishment for white collar crimes is just as harsh as other felonies, if not more. State and federal agencies are pouring resources into the prosecution of fraud and financial crimes.
If you have been charged with a white collar crime or if you believe you are under investigation, you need legal counsel immediately. The Denver criminal defense attorneys of Flesch & Beck Law will intervene to try to avoid an arrest or indictment, or to vigorously defend you against the allegations.
White Collar Crimes Are Serious Crimes
We have favorably resolved a wide range of white collar cases in the state and federal courts of Colorado, including:
We understand that a white collar crime conviction would be a huge blow to your life. You would likely face jail or prison, plus fines, restitution and community service. You stand to lose your job or professional license. The felony record will close doors and the social stigma will ostracize you in your community.
Fighting The Allegations
You may be under investigation for defrauding the government or an insurance company. You may be charged with stealing from your employer. You may be accused of swindling customers or investors or strangers on the Internet. Whatever the allegations, you have rights and you have to remember that the prosecution has the burden of proof. Was a crime even committed? Is there evidence of criminal intent? Who else had access to the books or accounts or computers?
Trial lawyer Kevin Flesch has extensive experience in high-stakes criminal defense. He will assert every defense and mitigating factor. He will aggressively challenge the prosecution’s case to put you in position for the most favorable outcome.