You could live another 1000 years, and you will never forget the way the cold steel handcuffs felt as they clamped down on your wrist bones. You will never forget the harsh tone the police officer took when he told you he didn't care about your explanation or what really happened. He was taking you to jail no matter what. That officer was not the only one who refused to listen to you. The officers at the jail did not want to hear what you had to say, the District Attorney did not want to hear what you had to say, and the judge imposed bond with apparent indifference. It is time for you to have your say. Our firm will ensure that you have your day in court.
You have to make tough business decisions all the time. You have to make decisions about compensation for yourself and for your employees. You have to make decisions about taxes and how federal and state tax laws apply to your business. You run your business in a competitive, cutthroat environment. One decision can make the difference between beating your competition Anna making a deal or losing and trying to figure out how you are going to meet your payroll the next month period Unfortunately, overzealous state and federal investigators sometimes mistake tough business decisions for criminal acts. When a business decision you've made catches the interest of a governmental agency, you need an exceptional legal team immediately. Our lawyers know how to handle white collar crime because our lawyers have been on both sides of it.
Sometimes, the best way to address a mistake is to simply minimize the damage. Under certain circumstances, a first time offender can earn a second chance by taking responsibility or a mistake and taking positive actions to correct it. Our attorneys have worked with prosecutors throughout the state. We know when in action plan may provide an opportunity to walk away with a clean record. We can discuss your options, and help you formulate a plan that will give you the best chance at minimizing the long-term consequences of criminal charges.