White collar criminal charges can be some of the most challenging to defend because they often involve a great many written records. Paper trails, email chains and other sources of evidence are often voluminous. White collar crime allegations also typically offer opportunities for successful outcomes when an investigation begins before criminal charges have been filed.
If you have arrived at this website because you realize that you are under investigation or may be accused of a white collar crime — but it has not yet happened — the time is now. The opportunity is ripe for you to watch out for your future. When a supposed victim alleges financial losses, a restitution plan in the early stages can nip the problem in the bud and prevent the damaging outcome of a criminal record.
Your professional future and your freedom may be at stake if you have been targeted in allegations or investigations or have already been charged with any of the following:
- Tax fraud
- Sales tax fraud
- Securities fraud
- ID theft
- Credit card fraud
- Copyright violations
When great quantities of written documents are part of the evidence in a white collar crime scenario, the key to a successful defense may be detectable only through a fine-tooth comb review of those documents. Meticulous searching through the paper trail may uncover flaws in the prosecution's allegations. Lawyer Taurus Bailey, a sole practitioner, partners with the Walter Bailey Law Firm as necessary to tap into resources necessary to do a thorough discovery when reams of paperwork are involved.
Aggressive representation, clear communication with clients and a commitment to clients' constitutional rights are fundamental at the T. Bailey Law Office.
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Contact Memphis white collar crime attorney Taurus Bailey. Learn how his extensive background as a criminal investigator can work to your advantage if you have been accused or charged with fraud or embezzlement.