WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
As a former Attorney General who prosecuted white collar crimes, William J. Taylor understands they are treated differently than typical criminal charges. White collar crimes are typically defined as nonviolent crimes, such as fraud, bribery, or stock manipulation, committed during the course of business activities. Charges are often leveled against businesses, individual workers, or even public officials. Even first-time offenders with no prior criminal history can be sentenced to prison time.
Not all criminal attorneys have the detailed background that would enable them to prepare a strong defense in these ways:
- Identifying whether the accused would have access to the records or systems that would enable them to commit the crimes
- Understanding the mountains of data that must typically be analyzed to understand the charges and defend against them
- Accessing the right expert witnesses whose testimony would provide the best defense
If you are charged with a white collar offense, you will need the expertise of an attorney who has prosecuted and defended such charges before a jury, and who has the specialized knowledge in business, record keeping, and even computer technology to understand the charges and provide a strong defense. William J. Taylor has both defended and prosecuted white collar crimes and has the specialized knowledge you will need to properly defend against the power and resources of the government.