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White Collar Crime Attorneys

Strategic Pre-File Investigations & Aggressive Defense Representation

Early intervention is essential in the face of an investigation or charges involving a white collar crime. Financial in nature and often committed in business environments, suspected white collar crimes are often subject to lengthy investigations. These offenses may be charged at a state or federal level, and a defendant may also face loss of employment, a damaged reputation, ruined business and personal relationships, and other lasting consequences – in addition to the potential for incarceration and heavy fines. With a pre-file investigation and the immediate defense of your constitutional rights, one of our Ellis County white collar crime attorneys may be able to convince the prosecutor to limit or drop charges – or to not press charges in the first place. You need a lawyer who has the knowledge to challenge a white collar investigation or case at any stage. Contact McCarty-Larson, PLLC at (972) 775-2100 for the experienced counsel you need.

White Collar Defense Counsel in, Midlothian, Waxahachie, Red Oak, Ovilla, & Ellis County

At McCarty-Larson, PLLC, we represent clients in state and federal white collar crime cases. We presume our clients’ innocence, and we use our collective knowledge and skill to build strong defense strategies. Ellis County white collar crime lawyer Robin McCarty is not only a seasoned criminal defense lawyer, he is a former prosecutor and police officer who understands criminal proceedings from all sides. Attorney McCarty uses his diverse background to lead our team in defending clients against white collar charges such as:
  • RICO: Racketeering, conspiracy, money laundering
  • Internet Crimes: Wire fraud, identity theft, pornography distribution
  • Public Corruption: Bribery, blackmail, malfeasance, misappropriation of funds
  • Perjury and Obstruction of Justice: False statements, obstruction
  • Financial Crimes: Fraud, identity theft, Ponzi schemes, money laundering, tax evasion
  • Environmental Crimes: Toxic dumping, air, soil, water pollution
To learn more about your rights, call (972) 775-2100 for a free, confidential consultation.