White Collar Charges
If you’re under investigation regarding business regulations, how you conduct yourself can minimize – and sometimes even prevent – criminal charges. The first thing you need is to know your rights and all of the possible consequences. Talking to a lawyer isn’t just a good idea, it’s smart business.
If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime, it only makes sense to base your hiring decision on who’s got the right experience in federal court, and we’ll put Kristin Etter’s success rate in defending those charges up against anyone’s. As the leader of our federal defense team, and previously as an Assistant Federal Defender, she’s handled hundreds of cases and helped countless business people educate themselves on how to stay clear of legal and regulatory violations.
Keep reading to learn more about why you shouldn’t talk with the feds until you’ve talked with us.