Savannah White-Collar Crime Lawyer
Defending Clients Charged With Fraud & Financial Crimes in Georgia
A white-collar crime is non-violent and involves financial gain through some form of illegal activity. Although no one is physically injured, these crimes carry heavy penalties in Georgia.
At The Schneider Law Firm, we defend people who are accused of a variety of white-collar offenses, including:
- Credit card fraud
- Insurance fraud
- RICO crimes
- Accounting fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Bank fraud
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
- Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Tax evasion
- Securities fraud
- Ponzi schemes
Have you been accused of any white-collar offense? We are ready to get to work on your defense at once. You may or may not be guilty or have had some level of involvement. What is important to us is that you are defended correctly, and your rights are protected.
Have you been charged with a white-collar crime in Georgia? Call The Schneider Law Firm today at (912) 385-0854 or contact us online to start your defense with our Savannah white-collar crimes attorney!
Why Choose The Schneider Law Firm?
All defendants have rights, but these rights can be violated in any part of the criminal justice process. You may be the victim of illegal search and seizure or another act that oversteps the bounds of the law. You may have been accused of a crime, but the outcome of your case rests in large part with the criminal defense lawyer you choose to defend you.
As a former prosecutor, our founding attorney has seen many people put away merely because their defense lawyer was ineffective. This inspired him to move into the area of criminal law and to utilize his experience and legal talent to protect those facing criminal charges zealously. Seek help from The Schneider Law Firm at once if you are under investigation for a white-collar crime. Do not submit to questioning by law enforcement, even if you are innocent. Once you have been targeted as a possible suspect, you could face charges whether you are guilty or innocent, and will be forced to defend yourself.
What are the Penalties for White-Collar Crimes in Georgia?
The penalties imposed upon conviction are based on the level of financial damage and the impact the crime had on a company, government agency, or another party.
If convicted, you may be forced to pay expensive fines, or in some cases, you could be forced to forfeit assets. All you have worked for could be lost, including your cars, home, property, and anything of value. Even if you are not guilty, these assets can be held until the case is resolved at trial.
Contact Our White-Collar Crime Attorney Today
Remember that your most important choice is who should represent you. Our firm offers high-quality defense counsel, and we are incredibly proud of our many favorable verdicts in cases that initially appeared to be unwinnable.
Our white-collar crime attorneys in Savannah know all the strategies to protect our clients, and you can be confident that we will engage in any defense action that could benefit you. These actions include calling upon our professional resources in forensic accountants, computer experts, and others who could provide expert testimony to support your defense.
Contact The Schneider Law Firm today to schedule a consultation with our white-collar crime attorney in Savannah!
Why Hire The Schneider Law Firm?
Misdemeanor & Felony Charges
No matter high how the stakes may be, there is nothing that our DUI defense attorneys cannot handle.
We work tirelessly to ensure that we are able to secure the most favorable outcome in every case.
Working as a prosecutor gave Attorney Schneider valuable insight into how to develop and prosecute cases.
Our seasoned attorney has handled 100's of trials. His knowledge and experience have proven to be successful in the courtroom.
Real Client Experiences
What wonderful service! A breath of fresh air
I felt that the firm was fully invested in my case
Always Felt Comfortable
Extremely Grateful for his Help
Results That Matter
Not Guilty Party to a Crime/ Armed Robbery
Not Guilty Simple Battery
Charges Reduced DUI Refusal