White Collar Defense

Financially motivated nonviolent offenses are dubbed “White Collar Crimes”, which conveys a sense of respectability not usually associated with criminal charges. However, this theoretical distinction from crimes like robbery and murder does nothing to protect the reputation and livelihood of those charged with fraud, embezzlement, or a litany of other “white collar” offenses. Beyond the humiliation and expense that come with charges of any criminal activity, professionals face bleak career prospects with a guilty verdict on charges of financial misconduct.

Whats more, financial crimes naturally lend themselves to false accusations in a way that armed robbery never could. A bank robber has very little ability to point his finger at you, the innocent bystander, in order to strike a deal with prosecutors. Contrast this with the corporate defrauder, or Ponzi Scheme mastermind, who will implicate anybody within reach to evade or lessen his prison sentence. To beat these phony allegations, you need a team with the dedication and knowledge to prove your innocence.

The firm’s senior attorney, Jon Webster has over thirty years of experience in the field of criminal law. As a former police officer and prosecutor, Jon knows how cases are investigated, analyzed, and ultimately presented to the court. As defense counsel, Jon’s intimate knowledge of criminal prosecution is vital to uncovering the proof of your innocence hidden away in myriad financial records.

Jon Webster and his dedicated team of attorneys and support staff are prepared to defend you against a wide range of white collar criminal charges, including:

  • Fraud
  • Identity Theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Money Laundering
  • Counterfeiting/Forgery
  • Corruption/Campaign Finance Fraud