Strong Defense Against Financial Crimes Charges
Charges involving financial crimes are challenging cases. The prosecution must have detailed records and clear implication of a defendant for a conviction. Often, prosecuting these crimes is not as straightforward as you might think due to the complexity.
Financial records are often complex. At the Law Office of Louis G. DeAngelis, LLC, we take the time to thoroughly evaluate any evidence and financial records. We challenge evidence with our own experts and expert witnesses. We hire financial experts who understand complex financial records. Our goal is to present a defense that accurately outlines the information and the relevance of the information. This can greatly affect a defendant’s outcome in a criminal case.
One of the common tactics of an accuser is to vastly overstate the amount of liability due to the alleged financial crime. Only with careful forensic accounting and financial experts can we get a clearer picture of the financial situation. If restitution is an issue, which it commonly is with financial crimes, then this will have a huge impact on any amount of restitution a defendant is required to pay.
Consequences Of A Financial Crimes Conviction
If you are facing a financial crimes charge, then you face a number of risks including:
- Loss of employment
- Civil lawsuit
- Restitution payments
- Loss of future employment opportunities
- Criminal record
Financial crimes are frequently charged in federal court. Hiring an attorney on your side who understands the different procedures and applicable laws is critical. It is important to have a lawyer help you fight these charges. The risks are serious and can have a major impact on your life and livelihood.
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