Defending People Charged With Financial Crimes
White collar crimes are financially motivated activities, and people charged with these crimes are facing penalties that could affect their lives for years to come. If charged with fraud or embezzlement, your choice of attorney matters. Ted J. Besen of Besen Law is a knowledgeable North Carolina defense lawyer with experience in financial crimes and white collar defense.
Allegations of fraud and embezzlement are serious, and you need a strong defense to confront these charges. Mr. Besen has experience defending people in high-stakes and complex federal cases, and he can provide the tenacious advocacy you need during this difficult time.
An Appropriate Defense For Any White Collar Crime Charges
If convicted of this type of crime, you could face penalties that may include time behind bars, steep fines and more. Our law firm has successfully represented people facing white collar crime charges such as:
- Fraud: This involves using dishonesty, misrepresentation and other means to take money or property from another person. To convict a person of fraud, there must be clear evidence of criminal intent.
- Embezzlement: This is the theft of assets or property committed by a person in a place of authority over those assets, such as a financial investor or other party with access to the assets. To convict a person of embezzlement, the prosecution must be able to prove a fiduciary relationship between parties, criminal intent and more.
These types of crimes can be particularly difficult to investigate and prosecute, but that does not mean you do not need a skilled legal defense representative. Mr. Besen will take your case seriously, building a strong defense for you.
Your Defense Can Start Today
In many cases, white collar crime charges are preceded by an in-depth investigation. It is never too early to start developing your defense strategy, even if you are not yet facing formal charges. By reaching out to Besen Law in Asheville, you can have a strong legal ally by your side after one phone call.
Clients facing serious criminal charges can learn more about their options by calling 828-209-8452 or sending an email. Reach out today to discuss your case with an experienced defense attorney.