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White Collar Crime

White collar crimes are often referred to as some of the most meticulous and difficult cases to analyze due, in large part, to the influx of information that is present, experts that are needed, and mathematic and financial information that can be confusing. If an alleged offender is found guilty of a white collar crime, they could be facing serious jail time and fines. Some of the typical charges that fall under the scope of white collar crimes are:

  1. Money Laundering
  2. Fraud (Corporate, Loan, Mortgage, Bank, Health Care)
  3. Embezzlement
  4. Corruption
  5. Conspiracy
  6. Bribery
  7. Antitrust Violations

Mr. Sudduth entered the legal profession with a financial background and is proud to offer this service to his clients. Very few criminal defense firms want or have the skill to handle white collar crime cases because of their financial nature and complexity. At Sudduth & Associates, we are not only happy to take the cases, but we thrive in defending them. Regardless of your status or job title, protecting your reputation is essential and discretion is paramount; therefore, you need a firm that is willing to protect you every step of the way.

While we never guarantee outcomes, because each case is so different and unique, we have seen much success over time in aggressively defending our clients. Those results include lesser jail sentences, probation in lieu of jail time, reduced conditions and time on probation, deferred adjudication and diversion of charges, and even outright dismissal of charges. Outcomes cannot be guaranteed by anyone, but at Sudduth and Associates, we pride ourselves on guaranteeing to our clients our heart, our passion, and our every effort.

Having the experienced team of paralegals, investigators, and attorneys at Sudduth & Associates, LLC on your side is invaluable to you receiving the best possible outcome. Call us today to see how we can help you level the playing field to get the best possible outcome in your case!

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