Attorneys Handling White Collar Crimes in Seattle
Washington Lawyers with over 40 Years of Collective Experience
White collar crimes are nonviolent offenses that may violate state laws, federal laws, or both. Depending on the specifics of the situation, these cases may be prosecuted in state or federal court. A conviction can ruin your personal and professional reputation, so it is important to seek representation from an attorney with the right experience. At Hart Jarvis Murray Chang PLLC, our white collar crime lawyers in Seattle fight for justice and represent our clients with legal skill that draws upon decades of combined experience. Protect yourself by calling today for a free consultation.
Take the first step toward protecting your reputation by calling (206) 866-2944 as soon as you learn that you are under investigation or charged with a white collar crime.
What Constitutes a White Collar Crime?
When the federal government has jurisdiction, the investigation and prosecution of white collar crimes is performed by the United States Attorney’s Office. These offenses generally occur in financial, business, or commercial settings. A wide variety of criminal activities are classified as white collar crimes.
Our attorneys represent people charged with:
- Identity theft
- Money laundering
- Bank fraud
- Tax evasion
- Mail and wire fraud
While white collar crimes are nonviolent, they are serious, and being convicted can carry severe penalties. The reach of the federal government is sweeping, but the burden of proof always rests with the prosecution. They must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the offense. You deserve experienced attorneys with the same level of skill and experience on your side.
Skilled Representation in State & Federal Court
Our white collar crime attorneys in Seattle can listen to your side of the story, evaluate the evidence, and provide an honest assessment of your situation. We provide the information you need about the legal process to make informed decisions. Our lawyers represent clients facing charges for white collar crimes in state and federal court, as well as on appeal.