Offering experienced defense for white collar crimes
White collar crimes such as fraud, embezzlement and forgery can result in serious fines and jail time upon conviction. You need our experienced Michigan white collar criminal defense lawyers on your side.
At Barberi Law, we have handled a wide range of white collar crimes defense for our clients through our practice with two former prosecutors on your defense team. We understand the opposition, and we know what is necessary to develop a strong defense. Clients rely on our experience and our depth of legal knowledge to guide them through several questions, including:
- What is a federal grand jury investigation?
- Federal agents want to talk to me. What should I do?
- If I am indicted and convicted, what sentence will I likely receive?
These and many more questions can be answered by our defense attorneys. No matter your situation, we encourage you to contact our office to schedule a consultation with one of our criminal defense experts.
What should I do if I have been charged with a corporate crime or issued a subpoena?
- I’m sure that I haven’t done anything wrong. Why do I need a lawyer?
Essentially, as soon as you think there is an investigation involving you or your business, you should contact an attorney. Whether the investigation is unfounded or not, investigators will devote a great deal of effort and resources against you. You need to have an experienced criminal defense attorney fighting on your behalf. It is important to remember that law enforcement has been working diligently to build a case against you. Having an attorney on your side can ultimately ensure that your rights are not violated.
- I have received a grand jury subpoena. What do I do?
Subpoenas are issued by federal prosecutors for several reasons. Typically, they are issued to obtain testimony or documents. If you have received a subpoena, the assistant district attorney believes that you are in possession of information that is relevant to the investigation. If you have received a subpoena, contact a skilled defense attorney immediately.