Joliet White-Collar Defense Crime Attorney
White-collar crimes are often thought of as less serious than other types of crimes, but the consequences for a conviction on a white-collar charge can be just as devastating to a person’s life and future. At the Law Offices of Eugene Fimbianti, P.C., we are experienced in handling these often complex cases. As a former felony prosecutor, Attorney Eugene “Gino” Fimbianti understands how white-collar cases are prosecuted. He knows how to effectively defend his clients and ensure their rights and freedoms are protected throughout the legal process.
Immediate White-Collar Crime Representation
With any white-collar crime, hiring a criminal defense attorney to represent you immediately is very important. If you are under investigation for a white-collar crime, it is wise to obtain experienced legal counsel immediately. Do not allow yourself to be questioned without an attorney present, as these cases often rely on incriminating statements made by the accused. Attorney Eugene “Gino” Fimbianti begins immediately protecting the interests of his clients. In some instances he may be able to intercede on his clients’ behalf to avoid charges altogether.
We understand the stakes involved in defending white-collar cases. Many white-collar crimes are felonies that can result in prison time and expensive fines. We thoroughly investigate each and every case to build an effective defense against the prosecution’s evidence. Our firm is experienced in handling all types of white-collar charges including:
- Money laundering
- Credit card fraud
- Bank fraud
- Wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Internet fraud
- Mail fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Public aid fraud
- Identity theft
If you are investigated for or charged with a white-collar crime, contact us to schedule a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation. We will answer your questions and give you an honest and accurate assessment of what you can expect from the legal system. We represent clients in matters in Will County, Cook County, and Kankakee County jurisdictions.