White Collar Crime Attorney Defending the Accused
Aggressive attorney fighting for your freedom
If you are being investigated or have been arrested for a white collar crime, your future is on the line. Being charged and/or convicted of such a crime can have a devastating effect on your life. Jail is one possible outcome. It can destroy your business. Potential financial ramifications can be devastating. William Fanciullo works tirelessly to defend you in such situations.
white collar defense attorney
“White collar crime” is the term used to describe potentially intricate crimes committed usually for financial gain. The term “white collar” is used to differentiate this genre from, say, assaults, rapes, murders, etc. White collar crimes usually involve documents, which can number in the thousands. White collar crimes are usually financially motivated and many times the most intricate ones involve alleged violations of federal laws and are in federal court. The federal court system can be complicated and confusing, and finding an attorney who can help you effectively navigate through its complexities can make the difference between victory and defeat.
William Fanciullo represents clients involved in all types of white collar cases, including alleged:
- Fraud (including its many subcategories such as mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, etc.)
- Public Corruption
- Regulatory noncompliance resulting in charges
- False statements
- Bribery and extortion
- Tax evasion
- Insider trading
- Racketeering and RICO cases
This list is not exhaustive. Whether you have been charged or are currently being investigated, William Fanciullo is able to take immediate steps to protect your rights and build your defense.
What you need to know
White collar crimes are often highly technical cases that require examination of years of financial and personal information and communications. Unfortunately, it may only take five seconds to send an errant email that may seal one’s fate. Issues often concern alleged criminal intent versus negligence, mistake, or other non-criminal cause. The validity of a search warrant, suppression of evidence, admissibility of evidence, confrontation of alleged witnesses, reliability of informants, and many other factors may be involved. If you have any suspicion that a case is being assembled against you, feel free to contact William Fanciullo to obtain representation and advice on how to possibly avoid or limit liability. The penalties for white collar crimes can be extremely severe and may include payment of heavy fines and restitution and long jail sentences.
Don’t take risks with your freedom, livelihood or reputation. Call William Fanciullo.
If you may be or are being investigated or have been charged with a white collar crime, call William Fanciullo at 518-427-8261 or contact him online to schedule a consultation.
The Law Office of William Fanciullo is located in Albany, New York and represents clients throughout New York State and the national federal system.