Lake County White Collar Crime Attorney
While white collar crimes are sometimes referred to as "lesser" crimes than violent crimes; however, they still hold potential for very serious criminal penalties. Regardless of the crime you are facing, and whether the charges are being prosecuted on the state or federal level, you need to ensure that your rights, future and freedoms are protected. Working with an aggressive Lake County criminal defense lawyer can help provide you with the defense that you deserve. Attorney Albert L. Wysocki has
more than 30 years of experience and can provide outstanding representation to clients facing complex legal cases.
What is a white collar crime?
White collar crimes are crimes that are often charged and classified as non-violent crimes and are often committed by individuals for monetary gain. These crimes are sometimes charged as misdemeanors or felonies, and depending on the specifics of the case, local law enforcement or federal agencies (sometimes a combination of the both) will pursue charges. Most white collar crimes are based heavily in evidence and facts, and when you work with Attorney Wysocki, he can aggressively challenge any evidence that may be against you. If you find yourself under investigation for any of the following crimes, consult Albert L. Wysocki right away:
- Copyright infringement
- Internet piracy
- Identity theft
- Money laundering
Defend yourself today by working with Albert L. Wysocki!
It is absolutely essential that the attorney you work with is experienced and aggressive and not afraid to challenge any evidence that may be brought against you. Attorney Wysocki stands ready to pursue the best possible outcome for each client's case, and he can thoroughly investigate each situation and help determine the best possible resolution for each client's unique situation. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, it is important that you contact Albert L. Wysocki right away and schedule a consultation with the trusted Lake County white collar crime lawyer now!