White-collar crime or fraud generally refers to financially motivated, nonviolent crime committed by those in business for economic benefit. It can involve an array of offences relating to employees and commercial companies in the business sector. Examples of white-collar crimes include – fraudulent transactions, embezzlement, money laundering, bribery and corruption, and forgery.
If you have been accused of fraud it is essential to seek independent legal advice as soon as possible from a firm with specialist white-collar crime solicitors. With white-collar crime investigations being able to span over multiple jurisdictions and being highly complex, it is vital to seek legal advice urgently. David Gray’s fraud lawyers can provide clients with advice on white-collar crime at any stage of the investigation.
Having specialist white-collar crime solicitors will help to avoid errors and misjudgements in the early stages, which could later prejudice the outcome of the case.
Our award-winning criminal defence solicitors are here to support our clients throughout the entire process. White-collar crime investigations can put stress on your personal life and business, and our team are dedicated to alleviating this stress as much s possible for our clients.
To find out how David Gray Solicitors can provide you with support and legal advice on your current situation, contact us today.