White Collar Crime
Texas White Collar Crime Attorneys
Representing People throughout Texas
White collar crimes often involved complicated evidentiary matters, from complex financial transactions to intricate elements of fraud. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you want a skilled, aggressive and experienced attorney to protect your rights, someone who has successfully defended others in similar situations.
At Bailey & Galyen, we bring years of experience to individuals across Texas who have been charged with a white collar crime. Attorneys John Robinson is board-certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
We know the stress and anxiety that come with any criminal prosecution and will provide you with a high level of personal attention, serving you with a dedication to the highest standards of practice within the legal profession. We built or practice o a commitment to communication, encouraging you to bring all your questions and concerns to us. We will keep you fully informed of all developments in your case, as well as your options and your likelihood of success.
To set up a free initial consultation with one of our Texas white collar crime attorneys, contact our office or call us at one of the numbers listed below for an appointment.
Our White Collar Crime Representation
We provide aggressive defense counsel to people charged with any type of white collar crime, including
- Fraud , such as bank, investment, insurance, credit card or Social Security fraud
- Misappropriation or unauthorized use of business assets
- Identity theft . We defend people charged with using the name or personal information of another person for financial gain
- Computer or Internet crimes
When you hire us to defend you on a white collar crime, we will exhaustively investigate the details of your alleged crime, looking for evidence to support the best defense. We will examine whether police or law enforcement officials had probable cause for any search, seizure or arrest, and whether you were properly advised of your constitutional rights before any interrogation.
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Contact the White Collar Crime Attorneys at Bailey & Galyen
Contact Bailey & Galyen or call us at one of the numbers listed below to set up a free* initial consultation. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Evening and weekend consultations are available upon request. Se habla Espanol.
*Some areas of civil law consultation may involve a consultation fee.
For additional information on your rights in a criminal matter, see our criminal law information center .