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Financial Crimes

Houston Financial Crimes Attorney Sean Buckley focuses a significant portion of this firm’s practice on defending clients accused or under investigation in Financial Crimes cases. Texas and Federal Financial Crimes include:

 

  • Fraud, Theft, Embezzlement, and Extortion

  • Wire Fraud, Mail Fraud, Bank Fraud, and False Claims Act

  • CARES Act Fraud, PPP Fraud, and other Disaster Relief Fraud

  • Healthcare Fraud and Anti-Kickback / Stark Violations

  • Forgery, Counterfeiting, and Identity Theft

  • Texas and Federal Tax Crimes

  • Money Laundering

  • Conspiracy

  • Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity

  • Identity Theft

  • Structuring Monetary Transactions

  • Securities Fraud

 

If you are under investigation for a financial crime or have already been charged, you need a skilled and aggressive criminal defense attorney to immediately protect your rights and begin preparing a defense.

 

Houston Financial Crimes Attorney Sean Buckley understands that Federal financial crimes are highly complex and must be approached with focus and expertise. Attorney Buckley devotes a significant portion of this firm’s practice to defending clients in Federal Financial Crimes cases. For over a decade he’s served as lead editor of O’Connor’s Federal Criminal Rules and Codes, a Federal Criminal Law book trusted by criminal lawyers across the United States. Buckley recently gained national acclaim by winning a stunning “Not Guilty” jury verdict against a team of D.O.J. prosecutors in a $120 million Federal Healthcare Fraud and Money Laundering Conspiracy case. Houston Financial Crimes Attorney Sean Buckley is one of the few lawyers in the U.S. to score a trial victory of this magnitude against federal prosecutors in a Financial Crimes case.

 

Contact us today to set up a free and confidential consultation with Houston Financial Crimes Attorney Sean Buckley.

 

Representing clients throughout Houston and the State of Texas including Harris County, Montgomery County, Galveston County, Fort Bend County, Galveston County, and Chambers County.