Falling into the category of “white collar crime,” embezzlement can be charged when a person who has access to or manages someone else’s assets deliberately appropriates them for their own financial gain. A conviction for embezzlement can carry fines and possible prison terms of one to 10 years. Our Atlanta embezzlement attorneys have the experience and knowledge to examine these claims and help you navigate the criminal justice system.
Being investigated for or charged with embezzlement is a serious situation with serious consequences. As such, you’ll need to work with someone who understands the intricacies of the laws governing embezzlement. The attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. are dedicated to protecting their clients’ rights. As experienced trial lawyers, we take very seriously our clients’ right to a fair trial and the fact that each and every individual we represent is innocent until proven guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. Based on our record of success, Newsweek has recognized us as one of the nation’s leading defense firms. With offices in Atlanta we work with individuals across the U.S.The Consequences of Embezzlement
An embezzlement conviction can be devastating. Not only do you face years in prison, but you could also lose your job, your home and your valuable civil rights. This is why you need to secure counsel who thoroughly understands both the court system and the unique facts and circumstances of your case.
Our firm will fight to uphold your rights and protect your interests through every phase of the investigation, charging and trial process. We offer free case evaluations and initial consultations, and we will do everything in our power to earn a favorable outcome on your behalf. Contact us today to discuss your charges or investigation for embezzlement so that we can help you manage what can be a stressful and frightening experience.