Wilmington White Collar Crime Attorney Defends the Accused
Aggressive Delaware attorney fighting for your freedom
If you have been arrested for a white collar crime, your future is on the line. Being convicted of such a crime can have a devastating effect on your bank account. It can drive away your investors and destroy your business. Do not allow a groundless accusation to ruin your career. At Law Offices of John S. Malik, I work tirelessly to defend your professional reputation. I have the experience and ability to stop any case against you dead in its tracks. I have built my reputation on providing aggressive representation and proven results.
You do not want to spend the rest of your days in federal prison. Contact me today.
Wilmington white collar federal court attorney
“White collar crime” is the term used to describe intricate crimes committed solely for financial gain. What sets white collar crimes apart is that they are federal — not state — crimes. The federal court system can be complicated and confusing, and finding an attorney who can help you effectively navigate through its complexities can make the difference between victory and defeat.
I represent clients involved in all types of white collar cases, including:
- All forms of fraud
- Bribery and extortion
- Antitrust violations
- Tax evasion
- Corporate espionage
- Computer hacking
- Insider trading
- Racketeering and RICO cases
Whether you have been charged or are currently being investigated, I take immediate steps to build your defense.
What you need to know
White collar crimes are often highly technical cases that require examination of years of financial and personal information and communications. However, it may only take five seconds to send an errant email that seals your fate. If you have any suspicion that a case is being assembled against you, contact me to obtain advice on how to limit your liability. The penalties for white collar crimes include payment of heavy fines and restitution and long jail sentences. Do not make a mistake that could land you in prison.