Under Investigation For a White Collar Crime?
When you are under investigation for and of “white collar crime”, types of financial fraud like embezzlement or identity theft, Medicaid or Medicare billing fraud, running a “pill mill” or any other type of white-collar crime, your freedom and your future are absolutely at stake.
Most people believe that by “cooperating” they can bluff their way out of trouble. Why spend money on an attorney, when they, the FBI, IRS, DEA, ATF, SEC, IRS or state or local law enforcement, just want to talk?
The moment you believe any law enforcement agency is considering investigating you, immediately:
- Seek a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney — The law is complex. Therefore, you must get experienced criminal defense help as soon as possible.
- Never consent to a search — If law enforcement officials ask to search your home or office or car, it means they do not have a warrant and require your permission. Under no circumstances consent to a search of anything or anywhere.
- Invoke your right to remain silent — In the event that police question you about your involvement in any type of criminal activity, firmly and politely request an attorney. Today you must clearly state that you are invoking your Fifth Amendment or constitutional right to remain silent.
When you are accused of any type of white collar crime, your freedom and your future are in jeopardy. Don’t be naive, get help!
We at Regan Law, P.L.C., under the leadership of Attorney Martin E Regan, Jr. can provide you with the advice and counsel necessary to navigate the difficult legal process that you will face if accused of a white collar crime. This form of crime requires an attorney capable of skillful negotiations, experience and a solid understanding of our American Federal Court system.
With 38 Years of Solid Experience, Attorney Regan offers his clientele wisdom and knowledge. Call us, we are here to help you.