Virginia White Collar Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you are under investigation or have been charged with a white collar crime in Virginia, you are encouraged to contact a knowledgeable, experienced and well-respected lawyer as soon as possible. Your career, your reputation and your freedom may be on the line. You require sophisticated, zealous representation after you have been accused of a state or federal criminal offense such as the following:
- Embezzlement of funds from accounts at your company or non-profit organization
- Medicare fraud
- Medicaid fraud
- ID theft
- Credit card fraud
- Tax fraud
The law firm of Barnes & Diehl, P.C., is well recognized as an established, effective source of legal counsel and advocacy in Virginia. Our criminal defense attorneys are well prepared to protect your legal rights and fight for the best outcome attainable on behalf of clients who have been charged with white collar criminal offenses.
Our representation often begins before someone has been charged. In some cases, we represent clients in grand jury investigations. Through pre-charge and pre-indictment representation, we often succeed at stopping the prosecution from moving forward due to lack of evidence — thus preventing charges from ever being filed.
Has the FBI served you or your company with a search warrant? Are you under suspicion for mishandling of state or federal funds, such as in the case of possible Medicare or Medicaid fraud? We urge you not to comply with requests for documents before a knowledgeable attorney has examined the validity of the search warrant, subpoena or other official communications.
Our criminal defense attorneys represent doctors, health care organizations, patients and insurance companies in Medicare and Medicaid fraud cases. An attorney from Barnes & Diehl, P.C., is a valuable source of advocacy and information for people accused of or suspected of white collar crimes. Our team approach offers our clients efficiency and thorough consideration of all best options in a white collar crime case.
Talk to a Virginia white collar criminal defense lawyer as soon as you understand that you may be under investigation. Contact us at our Richmond/Chesterfield, Henrico or Hanover office today.