Knowledgeable Guidance And Advocacy For White-Collar Crimes
The federal government has vast resources to investigate and prosecute financial offenses. These cases are frequently highly complex. Although white-collar crimes are not considered violent offenses, the stakes are still high. The federal sentencing guidelines provide for hefty fines, restitution and lengthy prison sentences for a conviction of a financial offense. You need to work with a criminal defense lawyer who has the experience and skills to analyze complex facts and conduct a strong investigation to prepare a solid defense. Moreover, your attorney must have substantial experience in federal court.
In today's economy, and with the current state of technology, many federal investigations include electronic communications, such as email, to tie individuals to a crime or conspiracy. The conspiracy, mail fraud, and wire fraud statutes are broadly worded laws that give prosecutors wide authority to bring charges.
The Federal Government Has Vast Resources — You Need Experienced Defense
The federal government can spend months — or years — building a case. You need a lawyer who can hit the ground running to build a strong defense. Whether you have been falsely accused, or you found yourself in a desperate situation and made serious mistakes, we will work aggressively to safeguard your interests and rights. The Law Offices of Ravert J. Clark in Cincinnati has the resources needed to investigate your situation and build a solid defense to protect your rights. To arrange a free consultation, call 513-854-3810.
Knowledgeable And Versatile Legal Guidance
We are well-equipped to handle all manner of white-collar charges in Ohio state court or federal courts of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. Charges we often defend include:
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Bank fraud
We know you base your choice to hire an attorney on his or her knowledge of the law, professional skill and determination to protect your rights and get the best possible outcome. These are precisely the qualities respected criminal defense attorney Jay Clark has developed through hard work over the course of 30 years.