White Collar Crime Lawyer
Defending Clients Facing White Collar Crimes Charges throughout Minnesota
White-collar crimes are complex criminal charges, with complicated legal and factual issues. White-collar crimes generally refer to non-violent crimes such as fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, and forgery. Although white-collar crimes generally don’t involve violence, the potential penalties are still quite severe.
Because white-collar crimes involve issues pertaining to finances, securities, taxes, or cyber security, it is important to hire a defense attorney that understands the legal nuances and intricate factual issues involved. Moreover, defending against a charge of white-collar crime often involves the production and analysis of hundreds or thousands of documents, making it important to hire a defense attorney with the resources and capabilities to handle the case.
Minneapolis white collar crime attorney Max A. Keller of Keller Law Offices has defended numerous people accused of white collar crimes, and has years of experience prosecuting crimes, as well. Because he has worked both sides of the law, he understands the complicated legal and financial issues that many white-collar crimes entail.
The Minneapolis white-collar crime law firm of Keller Law Offices has the skill, knowledge, tools, and resources to vigorously defend you against a charge of white-collar crime, protect your assets, and fight for your freedom. Contact us today at (952) 913-1421 to schedule a free consultation with a skilled Minneapolis white-collar crime lawyer.
What Are White Collar Crimes?
White-collar crimes are unique criminal charges because they often do not involve violence, and the defendants are sometimes businesses or business people. They typically involve significant financial damages, and carry harsh state and federal penalties, including hefty fines, restitution payments, and lengthy prison stays.
At Keller Law Offices, our Minneapolis white collar crime lawyers focus on defending clients facing offenses such as:
- Professional License Defense — Defending Your Professional License When the Government Wants to Take It Away
- Insurance Fraud
- Healthcare Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Identity Theft
- Forgery, counterfeiting, and currency violations
- Bribery, extortion, and blackmail
- Internet pornography charges
Committed to Client Service and Personal Attention
At Keller Law Offices, we pride ourselves on our commitment to protecting our clients’ rights, reducing or eliminating penalties, and providing knowledgeable legal advice. Moreover, we are dedicated to servicing our clients’ needs with the utmost respect, professionalism, and personal attention. We maintain constant communication, via phone and email, and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions or handle pressing legal concerns.
If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, contact Minneapolis fraud attorney Max A. Keller at (952) 913-1421 to schedule a free initial consultation. We accept credit cards and have convenient locations in both Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota.