If you are under suspicion for a white collar crime, you have much to lose. You want to know your lawyer is experienced and will handle your defense zealously, capably and vigorously — you want it done right. In order to protect your rights to the fullest, retain an attorney with the proper experience at the first opportunity.
If you are being investigated for a white collar crime, contact our Charlotte office to arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer. Protect your rights.
Attorney Chris Connelly of our Charlotte firm, the Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly, has the experience to provide that level of service. In over 25 years of criminal defense practice, Mr. Connelly has been involved in complex and high-profile cases, including the infamous "Loomis-Fargo" case (where $17,000,000 was stolen) and other cases involving the embezzlement of hundreds of thousands of dollars from banks and other employers. He is one of only a handful Mecklenburg County lawyers certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a specialist in state criminal law.
White Collar Crime: Fraud, Theft, Embezzlement, Larceny
White collar crime refers to nonviolent crimes that result in financial gain. Do not discuss your case with police or investigators before talking to a defense attorney. Defense attorney Chris Connelly has represented clients in financial crimes that include bank employees charged with embezzlement and retail employees charged with theft. He analyzes each case carefully, crafting a defense strategy based on the unique aspects of the situation, including cases involving:
- Mortgage fraud
- Employee theft
- Embezzlement or misappropriation of client funds
- Credit card fraud
- Unlawful concealment of merchandise
We will work to establish any number of defenses, including cases involving simple accounting errors, clouded judgment resulting from a psychological problem and shoplifting cases involving children unwittingly shoving items into a parent's shopping bag. We can also help mitigate harsh consequences through plea bargaining, including agreements to make restitution or provide community service, if that is the best route to take.
Theft: Burglary, Robbery, Stealing
Do not discuss your case with police or investigators before talking to a defense attorney. Theft charges include a variety of types of larceny, depending on the circumstances. Let your lawyer speak on your behalf, and avoid making mistakes that could permanently damage your case.
If you have been charged with shoplifting or another type of theft offense, seek legal representation immediately. Contact our Charlotte white collar crime defense lawyer online, or call 704-376-9376 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.
The Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Criminal Defense Attorney
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