If you get arrested, you have to worry about criminal charges and the consequences of both court proceedings and a conviction. The idea that you might have to go to court to defend yourself could frighten you. Some people worry about needing to hire an attorney or take time off of work for the court. […]
Dedicated Defense Against White Collar Crimes
Your freedom and reputation are on the line. Do you have a good defense attorney?
If you are being investigated by the Government, no matter what your position, you need a good lawyer on your side. This is a stressful time, and you are likely overwhelmed. Don’t take chances with your freedom and reputation. Contact a lawyer who understands the process and will fight for you.
Vavonese Law Firm, PC in Raleigh, North Carolina, is experienced in representing clients who have been charged or are being investigated for a variety of white-collar crimes.
Contact Vavonese Law Firm, PC to get a white-collar criminal defense attorney that can represent you in your fight against:
Embezzlement Or Cash Drawer Embezzlement
Embezzlement often occurs when you are feeling hopeless and desperate. However, embezzlement is not a simple crime, and you need a good criminal defense attorney to protect your rights during an investigation and/or trial. Perhaps you have just fallen on hard times and intended to pay the money back or were the victim of difficult circumstances. Do not offer incriminating information to a police officer or investigator. Contact an attorney like Jamie Vavonese, who can make sure that the prosecutor or judge and jury understand your side of the story.
If you have been charged with embezzlement, mail and wire fraud, or another type of fraud, much more than your freedom is at stake. Fraud charges often cost people their reputations and jobs, even if they are never convicted. Many people that are being accused of some type of fraud have never even had any other encounters or run-ins with the law. You need a skilled attorney who can walk you through the steps and advocate for you during court or an investigation. Vavonese Law Firm, PC in Raleigh, NC, is experienced in helping clients fight fraud charges like:
Identity Theft/ID Fraud
Identity theft and ID fraud are serious crimes. Check forgery and stolen credit cards are becoming more common as technology advances. Due to this, the penalty for aggravated identity theft in federal court requires a mandatory minimum sentence. You need a criminal defense attorney like Jamie Vavonese, who can prepare a strong defense for your case, and keep you informed along the way to make sure that you fully understand the charges being brought against you and what kind of outcome you might be able to expect. If you have been accused of check forgery, stolen credit cards, database fraud, internet phishing schemes, personal computer theft, password theft, internet fraud, or more, contact Vavonese Law Firm, PC in Raleigh, NC, today. We can listen to your side of the story and help you build a strong case to protect your future.
Tax Fraud Or Tax Evasion
Claims that you have committed tax fraud or tax evasion can damage your reputation. They are also serious allegations that can prompt jail time, stiff fines and long-term probation. The IRS and North Carolina Department of Revenue will bring serious allegations against if they believe you have engaged in tax fraud, so you need to build a serious defense. If you are being investigated by the IRS or the state of North Carolina Department of Revenue, do NOT attempt to handle the case on your own. Vavonese Law Firm, PC in Raleigh can represent you in cases including sales tax fraud, failure to report taxes or file a return, filing a false return or not accounting for an offshore account.
Wire Or Mail Fraud
Mail fraud and wire fraud are business crimes that can often lead to more serious white-collar crime charges. Mail fraud and wire fraud are both felony offenses. You can be charged with the crime even if your attempt to defraud was unsuccessful.
Mail fraud is a federal charge because it involves the United States Postal Service. This type of fraud is defined by any scheme that attempts to defraud someone through the channels of the US Postal Service or other mail carriers.
Wire fraud is defined as any scheme that attempts to defraud someone through electronic communication, such as the internet, television, radio, or telemarketing.
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