Dallas White Collar Crime Defense

There are many nuances to take into account when building a Dallas White Collar Crime Defense. One important distinction to understand is the difference between “high” and “low” level charges. White-collar crimes occur at both high (the people who hatch schemes) and low levels (the people who do the leg work to implement them).

For example, in the case of credit card fraud, the persons who obtain credit card data and manufacture credit cards are consider high level and the people who run up bills in stores are low level. The potential punishments vary widely depending on the level of the charge, but Sally Goodman has ably defended both levels as a board-certified Dallas white-collar defense attorney for years.

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Dallas White Collar Crime Defense

There are many nuances to take into account when building a Dallas White Collar Crime Defense. One important distinction to understand is the difference between “high” and “low” level charges. White-collar crimes occur at both high (the people who hatch schemes) and low levels (the people who do the leg work to implement them).

For example, in the case of credit card fraud, the persons who obtain credit card data and manufacture credit cards are consider high level and the people who run up bills in stores are low level. The potential punishments vary widely depending on the level of the charge, but Sally Goodman has ably defended both levels as a board-certified Dallas white-collar defense attorney for years.

Crimes from Fraud to Forgery Call for the Sally Goodman Defense

Sally’s white-collar clients can be confident that they are working with a lawyer who is known throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metro for her diligence, her knowledge of the law and her commitment to preserving your rights. Facing a white-collar criminal case is less daunting with Sally Goodman on your side. She fearlessly defends individuals accused of the following white-collar offenses:

  1. Conspiracy
  2. Embezzlement
  3. Bribery
  4. Money laundering
  5. Financial scams
  6. Forgery
  7. Fraud
  8. Mortgage fraud
  9. Bank fraud
  10. Insurance fraud
  11. Medicare/Medicaid fraud/false claims cases
  12. Internet fraud
  13. Immigration fraud
  14. Fraudulent transfer of a motor vehicle
  15. Credit card fraud/identity theft
  16. Credit card abuse
  17. Counterfeiting

Accused of Immigration Fraud? You Need a White-Collar Defense Attorney

When you think of white-collar offenses, immigration fraud rarely comes to mind, but this charge is common in Dallas, TX and is an important issue that every immigrant should be aware of. It is a crime to offer legal advice, to misrepresent oneself as an attorney, notary public or agents from USCIS. It is illegal to forge immigration documents. Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Sally Goodman is fluent in Spanish and defends those who have been arrested for immigration fraud. If you have been charged, Sally will work to provide you with hope of acquittal. Give Sally a call at 214-748-3230 or fill out an online inquiry.

325 North St. Paul Street
Suite 2030
Dallas, TX 75201