DuPage County White Collar Crime Attorneys
Illinois Defense Lawyers if You Have Been Charged with Embezzlement or Fraud
The term "white collar crime" covers financial crimes, usually those involving large sums of money. The crime could be committed:
- Against a company (like embezzlement by an employee or money laundering);
- Against an individual (like credit card theft, identity theft, fraud, or a computer crime);
- By a company (like Medicare fraud); or
- By an individual (insider trading).
If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you face significant penalties, including long prison sentences if convicted. But with an aggressive Illinois white collar crime defense lawyer, you may find your charges reduced or dropped, or you may be eligible for alternative sentences.
Make Sure Your Case Takes the Right Direction
If you are facing any white collar crime charge in Illinois criminal courts, contact a top white collar defense lawyer at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C.. With more than 30 years of defense experience, the firm has tackled more than 16,000 cases. That's the kind of experience you need on your side in court. Call 630-256-8001. Calls answered 24/7.
An Aggressive Defense When You Need it Most
Every client at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C., is provided with a thorough and aggressive defense to ensure their rights are protected. White collar crime cases are complicated to prosecute and to defend. They often involve computer and financial transactions with an uncertain trail. Careful examination of the facts of your case, meticulous preparation, and effective defense are the hallmarks of the firm. If the evidence just doesn't add up, your DuPage County white collar crimes attorney will press for a dismissal of the charges.
Alternative Sentencing Options
A number of Illinois counties, like Cook County, Will County, Kane County, and McHenry County, have alternative sentencing options and felony diversion programs. When one of the root causes of a criminal activity is addiction or a behavioral problem - gambling addictions are one of the common causes of embezzlement - then a diversion program can be more effective.
Diversion programs are often used with non-violent, first-time offenders. They may include mandatory counseling, drug or alcohol treatment, probation, and education. Your defense lawyer will work to build the case for an alternative sentence.
Contact the Illinois criminal defense attorneys at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C. to speak with a team of lawyers experienced in tackling felony and misdemeanor cases in your area.