White Collar Crimes

Depending on the circumstances of the case, white collar crime can be prosecuted by State or Federal prosecuting authorities. Conviction for a white collar crime can result in significant prison time, significant fines and restitution, forfeiture of your assets, and a damaging, permanent criminal record.

  • Securities Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Check Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Tax Evasion
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Wire Fraud
  • Mail Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • False Claims Act Violations

Try Your Case

Your best defense requires that you retain the services of an experienced criminal defense lawyer, such as Kirk Truslow, to defend your case. If a client is under investigation, criminal defense lawyer Kirk Truslow is experienced in pre-indictment investigation and negotiation. If indicted and charged, criminal defense lawyer Kirk Truslow can try your case at trial before a jury, mitigate punishment if convicted, appeal, and argue that charges should be lowered, dismissed, or considered for Intervention programs.

Initial Consultation

If you are the subject of a white collar criminal investigation, or charged with a white collar criminal offense, contact criminal defense lawyer Kirk Truslow for a free initial consultation. You can contact Mr. Truslow at his office at (843) 449-3304. Mr. Truslow also personally monitors his email, and you can communicate with him at [email protected].