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White Collar Crimes

Experienced Defense for Charges of White Collar Crimes

The term 'white collar crime' refers to any non-violent crime that usually occurs in a commercial context for financial gain. While these crimes are non-violent, they are aggressively investigated and prosecuted in the state of Texas. A conviction for a white collar crime carries significant penalties and can have a severe and negative impact on the convicted individual's family and career.

At the law firm of Holmes & Moore, P.L.L.C., our experienced criminal defense attorneys represent people who have been charged with white collar crimes in Longview and the surrounding areas of East Texas. Our lawyers have handled white collar criminal cases throughout Texas in both state and federal courts and understand what it takes to vigorously defend our clients' rights. If you are being investigated for a white collar criminal offense, contact Holmes & Moore today at 903-758-2200.

Even the investigation of your involvement in a white collar crime can have a negative impact on your employment and your reputation. A conviction will only exacerbate that impact. Call Holmes & Moore at 903-758-2200 to begin your case as soon as possible.

White Collar Crimes in Texas

At Holmes & Moore, our attorneys have successfully represented clients facing a wide variety of white collar crimes, including:

  • Mortgage fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Corporate fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Asset or securities and commodities fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement
  • Identity theft
  • Computer crimes

White collar cases are typically complex and require attorneys who are experienced and understand what their clients are up against. At Holmes & Moore, we are able to review the facts and the charges against you and fight to defend your rights through an aggressive criminal defense.

If You Are Being Investigated…

White collar crimes are typically investigated by law enforcement officials and prosecutors for a substantial period of time before charges are filed. Cases are built over weeks and months and the subjects of these investigations are usually made aware of them prior to being arrested.

If you have learned that you are being investigated for a white collar crime in Texas, you need to consult an experienced attorney right away. Our firm will help you protect your rights during an investigation and after charges have been filed. In the best cases, we may even be able to prevent charges from being filed in the first place.

Contact us immediately if you are being investigated for or are being charged with a white collar crime in East Texas. Call 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 903-758-2200.