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Indianapolis White Collar Crimes Attorney

If you are under investigation for a white collar crime, it is important to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. You can retain legal counsel at any point, including during the investigative stage of the case. Working with an attorney early in the process may help to prevent an indictment and limit damage to your reputation.

At The Law Office of John L. Tompkins, we represent people charged with white collar crimes. Whether you are facing state and/or federal charges, we have the experience and skill to defend you. For a consultation with an Indianapolis white collar crimes lawyer, please call 317-631-6866.

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Fighting State And Federal Charges

We can defend you against white collar crimes charges such as:

  • Public corruption
  • Fraud, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, investor fraud
  • Embezzlement

To get a fraud conviction, the prosecution must prove that the theft or fraud was intentional. We can work to demonstrate that there was no fraudulent intent. In some cases, an error or misinterpretation of the situation can appear to be fraud or embezzlement.

Facing Fraud Charges In Hamilton County? Talk To Our Dedicated Defense Lawyer

When people charged with embezzlement or fraud are employees of a corporation, the company’s corporate counsel may conduct an internal investigation. It is critical to realize that corporate lawyers can turn over evidence and statements to the U.S. attorney. If you are questioned by corporate counsel, you should get your own lawyer to represent you. Without representation, your rights may be violated and you may be charged with crimes you did not commit. To schedule a consultation, please call 317-631-6866 or contact us online.

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