Fraud, embezzlement, computer theft – charges involving illegal financial gain without the use of violence, are categorized as white collar crime. Often an investigation is well underway before the suspect is even notified. During that preliminary phase unwitting suspects may make innocent mistakes that permanently damage their cases.
It is extremely important to talk to a lawyer if you suspect you are the subject of a white collar crime investigation. Contact our Covington, Kentucky, firm for a free consultation with attorney Paul J. Dickman.
Signs of a white-collar crime investigation
If strangers visit your business and disappear into your boss’s office, if you receive unexplained requests for copies of files, if you feel you are the subject of unusual attention of any kind, you may be a suspect in a white collar crime investigation. Our lawyer will explain how to best protect yourself during this sensitive period.
Defense against white-collar criminal charges
As financial crime cases are built on massive quantities of paper and electronic evidence, it is absolutely necessary to have an effective defense lawyer to sort through thousands of details to find pertinent points and prepare a clear and compelling argument for the jury and judge. Attorney Paul J. Dickman has a background in scientific research and analysis that provides him with exceptionally strong qualifications for such complex cases.
Our firm is prepared to handle a wide variety of white-collar crime cases. Please call 859-446-1590 or e-mail our Covington law firm for a free consultation if you have been charged with or are a suspect in an investigation involving the following:
- Computer fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Internet theft
- Tax fraud
- Bank fraud
- Counterfeiting Extortion
- Bad checks
- Health care fraud
- Insider trading
- Investment schemes
- Money Laundering
- Telemarketing fraud
- Welfare fraud
- Government contract fraud
At Dickman Law, our white collar crime lawyer serves clients from Covington, Newport, Fort Thomas, and other Kentucky communities. We are committed to protecting the rights of those convicted under the criminal justice system.