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Federal White Collar Crime Lawyer

white collarFederal crimes are immensely complex, but federal white collar crimes have another layer of complication.

White collar crime is the term applied to intricate crimes committed solely for financial gain. These types of cases often involve thousands of pages of documentation and financial records. Additionally, a federal crime means that the full force of the federal government will put its full resources into prosecuting these crimes. As such, it is critical to reach out to find the strongest attorney possible.

Lawyer Robert Herz has more than 25 years of experience in white collar criminal litigation in Alaska. He has forged his reputation on providing clients with the respect they deserve and results they can trust.

Our firm is prepared to work on any white collar criminal issue, including those involving:

  • Mortgage fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Insurance fraud
  • Corporate fraud
  • Computer crimes
  • Tax fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Bank and currency crimes

One mistake at any point in these cases can have devastating consequences. If you believe you are being investigated for any white collar federal charge, get in touch immediately to protect your rights.

If it is possible to uncover any exculpatory evidence, we will.

Facing Criminal Charges In Anchorage? Contact A Federal White Collar Crime Attorney.

If you are being investigated for or have been charged with a crime, call the Law Offices of Robert Herz, P.C., in Anchorage, Alaska, at 800-817-5107 today to schedule a consultation, or contact the firm online.

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