White Collar Crimes:What if charged with fraud crimes in Georgia

White Collar Crimes: Sometimes, a person who has been arrested in Georgia questions whether law enforcement agents have acted in adherence to the strict regulations and protocol that govern the process. Especially in situations involving suspected fraud crimes where a search and seizure has taken place, or when a defendant believes that a mishandling of evidence or inappropriate processing of an arrest has occurred, a person accused may want to retain the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney to review the situation. There have been incidents where the court has dismissed a case or ruled certain proposed evidence inadmissible when it has been determined that a defendant’s rights were violated in some way.

At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., our successful record speaks for itself concerning our commitment to helping you protect and exercise your rights. Our experienced attorneys are prepared to present an aggressive defense in light of any fraud charges you may face. Knowing that your personal and professional reputation may be in jeopardy, we are dedicated to conducting a thorough investigation into the details of your arrest in order to craft a strong defense strategy on your behalf.

We have more than 20 years of experience defending clients in both state and federal courts especially clients charged with white collar crimes. Being accused of intentionally deceiving another person for personal financial gain is a serious matter that could result in severe penalties if a conviction is handed down. Having a seasoned criminal defense attorney on your side as you face charges may be crucial toward obtaining a favorable outcome in court.

If you are the subject of a state or federal investigation for suspected fraud crimes in Georgia, attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., are available to immediately assist you so that you may possibly be able to avoid charges altogether. If an indictment has already taken place, we can help you prepare for trial and can act on your behalf in all interactions with law enforcement agents and court officials. You can call our office to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.

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