Fighting White Collar Crime Charges in Federal Court
The punishments involved in federal criminal cases are much more severe than those in state court cases. In white collar crime cases, the punishment is often based on the amount of the intended loss. The accused is punished not based on how much was allegedly stolen, but based on how much was allegedly intended to be stolen. Typically, this is a significant amount.
Federal prosecutors are highly trained. They are good at sorting through the complex schemes that are usually involved in white collar crime cases. And, they are good at getting convictions.
I am good at fighting against federal prosecutors. My name is Mark A. Ward, Attorney at Law, and I have more than 20 years of experience that I use to defend people facing federal charges. Call me at 252-752-7529 or send me an e-mail for a free consultation.
What Have You Been Accused Of?
Frequently, when people come to me after being accused of a white collar crime, they are not completely clear on the nature and scope of the accusation. The charge may appear vague. Terms like "wire fraud" and "money structuring offense" give little detail concerning the scope of the alleged crime. As your lawyer, I can determine what exactly it is that you have been accused of and defend you against it.
I offer aggressive criminal defense representation against a wide range of federal white collar crime charges. Many of them include some variation of fraud, such as Medicare fraud and mortgage fraud.
Other examples include:
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
Call my 24 hour message line at 252-752-7529 or send me an e-mail to schedule your free consultation. I am available to defend people accused of federal crimes in Greenville and throughout North Carolina.