White Collar Crimes
A criminal trial for a white-collar crime can be very embarrassing and disheartening, as you may be publicly portrayed in negative ways. Defense of white-collar cases requires discretion, thorough preparation and a solid knowledge of the law. Richard Willstatter and Ted Green are experienced in dealing with voluminous digital materials (sometimes call Electronically Stored Information or “ESI”) typically produced by prosecutors seeking to overwhelm the accused with a torrent of “discovery material.” Our attorneys know how to efficiently comb through this ESI to find the documents that can help turn the tide in your favor.
At Green & Willstatter, our criminal defense attorneys are resourceful in defending businesses and professionals who have been accused of various white-collar crimes. Some of our most gratifying work has been in seeing that certain criminal investigations do not even get into a courtroom by interfacing with prosecutors and convincing them not to bring charges against our clients. Contact us for representation from attorneys who have more than 50 years of combined experience.
In addition to handling traditional matters of criminal defense, we represent clients on a state and federal level in white-collar criminal defense matters involving:
- Fraud (mail and wire, bank and insurance, healthcare, securities)
- Tax evasion
- Computer and internet crime (including child pornography)
- Trademark counterfeiting
- Software crimes
- Credit card fraud / Identity theft
- Racketeering (RICO)
- Drug conspiracy
- Money laundering
- Immigration violations
- Foreign extradition proceedings
We also handle appeals for criminal convictions at the federal level.
White-collar crime cases are complex, involving complicated allegations and requiring a great deal of work on the part of a diligent attorney. At Green & Willstatter, in White Plains, our lawyers don’t shy away from difficult white-collar crime defense. Employ the assistance of a dedicated, knowledgeable attorney. Contact us today for an initial consultation.