Exploring legal defense options regarding white collar crime

On Behalf of | May 15, 2016 | White Collar Crime

Becoming the subject of a federal investigation in Florida can present many legal challenges. The term white collar crime encompasses a vast genre of offenses, including tax evasion, electronic fraud, identity theft and money laundering. Such an investigation may last months, or even several years. In the meantime, the person being investigated has every right to seek legal guidance in order to explore possible defense options, should law enforcement agents press charges at some point.

Because allegations of financial crimes or complex fraud schemes can be very complicated, it would typically be in a person’s best interest to seek legal counsel from an attorney who is experienced in defending a wide range of high profile cases. Frank A. Rubino, Esq., has successfully defended bankers, stockbrokers, doctors and other prominent businessmen facing federal criminal charges. He is prepared to go to great lengths to help you protect your reputation and defend your rights.

The consequences of a white collar crime conviction can be far-reaching. Acting alongside an experienced attorney who knows how to aggressively fight against various prosecutorial tactics may help minimize the negative impact a criminal trial can have on one’s personal and professional life. As your legal representative, Frank A. Rubino, Esq., can launch an immediate investigation to track the actions of federal investigators in order to determine whether any of your rights have been violated.

Many times, a well-prepared attorney is able to secure a reduction or dismissal of charges on a client’s behalf. If you are being investigated for a suspected white collar crime in Florida, you may call the office of Frank A. Rubino, Esq., to discuss the situation. With his practice focused on serious, high-end criminal matters, you are assured that your legal problems will become a priority, and as positive an outcome as possible will be sought on your behalf.

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