While many people think a business lawyer is required for a white collar crime case, a criminal defense lawyer brings a much more in-depth understanding of the parties, players and issues. If you are facing white collar crime charges or you think you may be investigated or suspected of one, the criminal defense lawyers at Camic Johnson, Ltd., are ready to provide aggressive representation.
A white collar crime investigation may go on for several months or years without an arrest. The first sign you are a suspect could be a call from your local police precinct asking you to come in for questioning. We urge you to seek immediate legal counsel before you answer questions.
Contact the experienced lawyers at Camic Johnson for a consultation.
Camic Johnson's experience with forensic accountants and private investigators will benefit your case, along with its attorneys' extensive legal knowledge and trial savvy.
The firm represents clients in all types of white collar crime cases, including:
- Real estate fraud and mortgage fraud
- State tax fraud
- Securities fraud
- Medicare fraud, health care fraud and insurance fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Internet crimes
The firm also represents clients in criminal appeals. Its successes include several appellate court reversals.
Breadth of Experience
With 100 years of combined experience, Camic Johnson's attorneys can skillfully handle complex cases. They have been named among America's and Illinois' Leading Attorneys.
Whatever issues you may be facing, Camic Johnson is dedicated to helping you resolve them. When you hire one of the firm's lawyers, your case will benefit from the knowledge and experience of the entire firm. Contact the firm to discuss your case.
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