Learn More About White-Collar Crimes

If you have been accused of a white-collar crime, it is important to choose an attorney who is diligent, thorough, meticulous, detail-oriented, and possesses a strong working knowledge of this complex area of criminal law. White-collar criminal cases tend to be document-intensive, and the documentation can be extensive depending on the facts and allegations in your particular case. Your attorney must be able to efficiently review and understand voluminous documents and materials in order to find the flaws and weaknesses in the case against you, and identify evidence that supports your defense.

When you choose Boal Law Firm, PC, you will be represented by a Colorado Springs lawyer with substantial white-collar crimes experience and the ability to accurately assess industry-specific documentation and knowledge to interpret complex, technical details and the meaning of complicated criminal statutes that your case could ultimately hinge on. You can be confident that you will have a skilled advocate on your side in attorney Brian B. Boal.

Types of White-Collar Crime Charges

Brian Boal defends against all white-collar crime charges, including:

  • Embezzlement or employee theft
  • Money laundering
  • Tax evasion
  • Conspiracy
  • Identity theft and criminal impersonation
  • Attempt to influence a public official
  • Fraud
  • Forgery

Often, in cases involving embezzlement and theft of company property, there is a question of the defendant's intent. A case involving a large sum of money transferred from the company to the accused's personal account may at first seem clear-cut, but in reality these cases are usually far from "open and shut". Perhaps the employee was doing something that he or she was instructed to do by a superior, or the employee legitimately believed that they were acting within the scope of their job responsibilities and for the benefit of the company.

The employer may also seek civil remedies while pushing for a criminal conviction so the company can get court-ordered restitution from the defendant. Brian Boal understands how to negotiate with these various parties and sort through these complex cases to protect your rights, and, if necessary, aggressively argue for your acquittal at trial.

Fraud Charges

Fraud charges are frequently considered white-collar crimes. Medicaid fraud, for example, often falls into this category. These are often complex cases and the target can be a doctor or other health care professional who simply made some paperwork mistakes that led to being accused of a serious crime. Brian Boal is a zealous legal advocate for those accused of Medicaid fraud and other types of fraudulent acts.

Start Fighting White-Collar Crime Charges by Calling Us Now For A Consultation

Call at 719-602-2262 or email to discuss your white-collar crime case directly with Brian B. Boal. The law practice serves clients in El Paso County and all other counties up and down the Front Range.