White-collar crime encompasses a wide range of fraud and theft accusations against individuals, small businesses, and corporations. Often the nature of the offenses implicates both criminal and civil law. Consequently, accusations of this type can expose those accused of these offenses to incarceration as well as monetary and regulatory penalties. Criminal defense lawyer Jeremy D. Koop is ready to help you fight these kinds of charges.
White-collar crimes are often investigated by powerful government entities including the FBI, or KBI in Kansas, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Kansas Attorney General's Office, and the U.S. Attorney's Office. Examples of white-collar crime charges include:
White-collar charges are serious and can lead to incarceration, financial penalties, and restitution payments. Successful defense of these charges requires the meticulous attention to detail that the Koop Law Firm employs on every criminal case. Additionally, you need a criminal defense attorney that is capable of representing you when you are being investigated so as to minimize the chances that criminal charges will ever be filed. Contact criminal defense lawyer Jeremy D. Koop for help.