If you are under investigation and/or have been contacted by investigators in law enforcement to be interviewed, call us first. You won’t be able to talk your way out of them building their case against you and you need someone on your side who knows your rights. Being arrested or investigated for a crime does not mean that you are automatically guilty or that you have no rights, but an arrest for a white-collar crime puts your freedom, economic stability, and your family at risk.
South Carolina White-Collar Crimes Defense Attorney
At his tenure at the Solicitor’s Office, Zack Farr prosecuted over 500 cases involving different types of white-collar crimes. His experience has given him insight on how best to plan your defense and fight for your rights and freedom. As a criminal defense lawyer serving the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas, he has the knowledge and experience to help you maneuver through the criminal system.
Free White-Collar Crimes Defense Consultation
Call the Victoria Law Firm so we can protect your rights and get a jump-start on your defense. You get a free initial legal consultation and we will help you understand the many things you’ll need to consider when facing charges.
What You Should Know About White-Collar Crimes
White-Collar crimes, also known as non-violent fraud, are mostly financial crimes and include some type of deceit or sham. This type of crime involves people from all socioeconomic levels. Depending on the alleged offense, you may be charged with a state crime in South Carolina, or possibly a federal crime.
Penalties can include significant prison time, high fines and paying restitution, and forfeiture of your assets. By getting counsel immediately you may even be able to mitigate penalties or even avoid a conviction. We will explore every last opportunity for justice.
Types of White-Collar Crimes: