Texas White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney
White collar crime is a term used to describe any criminal offenses that are non-violent in nature. Usually, they are those that involve some type of monetary offenses and include some type of personal, financial gain. The term was coined because a lot of business professionals choose to wear white shirt and ties, with the usual offender being someone who is associated with executives or businesses in general. Some white-collar crimes include:
- Tax Evasion
- Trade Secret Theft
- Intellectual Property Fraud
Texas White Collar Crime Defense Attorney
Most people who are accused of white collar crimes have never committed a crime before. However, if you are accused and faced with having to face a white collar crime you need an experienced Texas White Collar Crime Attorney to help you possibly to obtain the best result for your case. The first thing that you need to do is find an attorney who is experienced in white-collar crimes as well as someone who is willing to put the time and effort in to make sure that you face the minimal repercussions of your own actions. Attorney Carl David Ceder will challenge any white-collar law office offense the government charges an individual in a professional, aggressive, and methodical defense. Our office will personally work with you to make sure that you are aware of what is happening every step of the way. We will work with you to ensure that we eliminate every single penalty you face, and if this is not possible, we’ll work to give you the minimum punishment possible with plenty of room to negotiate the circumstances of your jail time. We have experienced a huge level of success in our white-collar cases in the past, and we strongly believe that we are what you need.
You can contact The Law Offices of Carl David Ceder for assistance at 214.702.CARL(2275) or at 469.2000.DWI(394). You can also e-mail Carl directly, at [email protected]; or to the office for general inquiries at [email protected]. Phones should be answered 24 hours a day/7 days a week for immediate and prompt assistance. E-mail messages will try to be responded to with 24-48 hours, depending on whether Carl and his team is in trial and/or is busy working on a case for a contested hearing.