Federal & White Collar Charges

From his office in McKinney, Texas, Keith Gore, Lawyer, helps clients facing charges from the federal government. Whether you are facing white collar, fraud, tax evasion, or federal drug charges, Keith Gore will be there standing by your side from the moment federal agents contact you through resolution. Federal criminal investigations often begin with a "target letter" directed to a suspect. If you receive a "target letter," it is imperative that you contact an experienced federal and white collar defense attorney like Keith Gore as soon as possible.

White Collar Crimes

There is no one charge called "white collar crime." Instead, it is a category of state and federal charges that are non-violent crimes committed for financial gain. Often, the defendants charged with white-collar crimes are respected members of their community. They may be business people or public officials. Some examples of white collar crimes include:

  • Money Laundering
  • Embezzlement
  • Anti-trust Violations
  • Bribery
  • Political Corruption and
  • Insider Trading

Federal Fraud Charges

The federal government takes fraud against its agencies very seriously. Federal prosecutors have nearly limitless resources to investigate and pursue those cases. There is a lot at stake in federal criminal defense matters. Defendants face federal prison time, and could also lose their jobs, reputations, and savings if they are convicted. Unlike white collar crimes, fraud charges can hit all different kinds of defendants. These high-risk federal charges include:

  • Healthcare/Pharmaceutical Fraud
  • Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Bank/Wire Fraud

Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearm Offenses

The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms will prosecute defendants charged with firearms trafficking, organized crime, and crimes involving explosives or terrorism. These federal charges often involve violent offenses and can cross state lines. They require a special attention to detail, piecing together information from local, state, and federal investigations.

Corporate Defense

While the federal government usually charges individuals, it can also name companies as defendants in federal criminal cases. A corporate conviction in these cases can result in fines, costs, and restitution that can put a business at risk of bankruptcy.

Hiring a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

With so much on the line, it is important that you choose a defense attorney with experience in the federal courts. Attorney Keith Gore will do the work to fully investigate your case and develop defenses unique to your specific situation. When facing white collar and federal charges, you want someone who has moved in those circles and will guide you through them. He will dedicate the time and resources it takes to fully defend you and your livelihood. If you are facing white collar or federal criminal charges, don't wait. Contact Keith Gore, Lawyer, today to get him to fight for you.