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White Collar Crimes Trust your case to the firm who will fight for you.

San Antonio White Collar Crime Attorneys

Casillas & Christian, PLLC Can Build a Strategic Defense for You

A white collar crime is any type of crime that involves deceit or a breach of trust. Nearly all white collar crimes are financially motivated.

We handle cases involving:

  • Bribery
  • Computer and internet fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Credit card fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Identity theft

Though most of these crimes are non-violent, the penalties can be just as severe as those for certain violent crimes. That is why you need a capable criminal defense attorney in San Antonio who can protect your rights and fight for a favorable resolution on your behalf. With 45 years of experience, the attorneys at Casillas & Christian, PLLC are ready to serve as your voice in and out of the courtroom.

Contact us online or call (210) 718-0012 to get started on your case today.

Potential Penalties of White Collar Crimes

Crimes like fraud, embezzlement, and identity theft may not be violent in nature, but they are taken seriously under Texas law.

If convicted of a white collar crime, you could be facing:

  • Jail or prison time
  • Expensive fines
  • Probation
  • Job loss

You may also be hit with a civil lawsuit on top of the criminal charges.

Conspiracy

Many white collar crimes are well organized and carried out by multiple people who share the same goal. This means that there is often an effort to conspire and plan out an intended crime before the crime is actually committed.

Most state and federal laws require that conspiracy be proven by:

  • An explicit agreement
  • A goal that is unlawful in nature
  • Knowledge and intent to commit an unlawful act
  • An overt act towards achieving the criminal goal

Under these laws, the intended crime does not need to be committed so long as these four elements have been proven true. Many prosecutors pursue conspiracy charges, so it is in your best interest to avoid communicating with any other alleged conspirators or with the police. Instead, discuss your situation with our San Antonio white collar crime attorneys so that we can advise you on how to proceed.

To schedule a free consultation with our team, please call (210) 718-0012.