Protection Against Charges Of White Collar Crimes
White collar criminal charges are often complex, and usually involve embezzlement or fraud.
Mark A. Di Carlo has been providing legal representation to clients in federal court since 1986 and state court since 1985. If you are facing white collar criminal charges, you can rely on Mark Di Carlo to be a strong advocate to defend you from pending charges, to advise you as to the evidence the state or federal government has against you, to defend you at trial and to protect your right to due process of law.
The sooner you hire experienced legal counsel, the more time he or she will have to examine the evidence against you, conduct any necessary investigations and adequately prepare your case before trial. For legal representation you can trust in white collar crime cases, contact the Corpus Christi law firm of Mark A. Di Carlo, PLLC, today.
Facing RICO Violations, Extortion Or Embezzlement Charges?
Mark Di Carlo has experience in the following areas involving white collar criminal allegations:
- RICO violations (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act)
- Fraud, including insurance fraud and SEC fraud
- Forgery of federal checks
- Medicaid/Medicare fraud
As your attorney, Mark Di Carlo will provide you the evidence that the prosecutor has against you. The evidence may include police reports, witnesses’ statements, forensic evidence, handwriting analysis, etc. He will explain to you that the case has to be looked at from the perspective of the average person who hears the evidence and serves on a jury. Many persons are misled about their “constitutional rights.” Mark Di Carlo will practically tell you, whether or not you can expect a fair trial in a given court, and other related facts from a practical perspective so you can make an intelligent choice on how to proceed with your case.
Remember: What You Say Now Can Hurt You
It is in your best interest not to speak to any federal investigators about the charges against you without consulting with an attorney. One of the common charges arising from talking to the FBI or federal officials is obstruction of justice for allegedly lying or misleading these officials.
Talking to these officials can therefore result in additional new charges, even if the case they were originally inquiring about is never prosecuted. For example, Martha Stewart was not prosecuted for the crime she was being investigated for; she was prosecuted and convicted and sentenced to prison for lying to government officials.
Contact The Firm Today For Effective White Collar Crime Defense
For a free initial consultation with an experienced Corpus Christi white collar crime defense lawyer, call Mark Di Carlo toll free at 800-584-5798. To send an email, please complete and submit the online form on this website. All messages are returned promptly.