What Is White Collar Crime?
Updated: Apr 25
A white collar crime accusation is not something you should take lightly. If convicted, you will be subjected to a number of serious, life-altering penalties. The best way to protect your rights and freedom is to hire an experienced and highly skilled Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer.
Types Of White Collar Crimes: Houston, Texas white collar crimes lawyer Sean Buckley defends people throughout the Houston area as well as nationwide, who have been charged with one of the following types of white collar crimes:
Tax fraud/Tax Evasion
If you are ultimately convicted of a white collar crime, you could face prison sentences, probation, steep fines, community service, restitution and a mark on your permanent record. In addition, a white collar crime conviction will damage your professional reputation, limit your future opportunities and put a strain on your personal relationships and position in the community.
Houston Criminal Defense Attorney Sean Buckley is very skilled at handling Texas white collar crimes cases and knows effective strategies for obtaining a winning verdict. Although Mr. Buckley cannot guarantee the result of a case, he does guarantee to exhaust all resources and energies into building a strong defense, collecting compelling evidence, and challenging and negotiating with the prosecution to increase your chances of achieving a favorable outcome!
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We have offices in Houston, Texas and along the Gulf Coast to serve you. White collar crimes are serious criminal offenses. Most white collar crimes are carried out in business, corporate and political settings by politicians, executives, managers, CEOs and other professionals with high-ranking jobs.
If you have been accused of committing a white collar crime, Attorney Sean Buckley can protect your rights and make sure you are not unjustly convicted of a crime you did not commit.
Attorney Sean Buckley is a protégé of famed criminal defense trial lawyer Dick DeGuerin, whose influence defined Buckley’s skillset and multi-dimensional approach to defending clients. Following in the footsteps of his mentor, Buckley’s work has been favorably covered by the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and numerous other national and local media outlets. Buckley also serves as lead editor of O’Connor’s Federal Criminal Rules & Codes, a legal reference book used by criminal lawyers across the United States.
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