White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes in Collin County require an experienced and knowledgeable defender

Many times when a citizen is charged with a white collar crime in Collin County, they are scared, confused, and overwhelmed. Often, they have been contacted by a detective who has been investigating the case for many months. Unlike other criminal offenses, white collar crimes are usually very paper and computer record intensive and can take time to bring charges. Typically, these cases require a strong level of experience. Any defense attorney you hire should be familiar with white collar crime cases in Collin County from the investigation to the prosecution.

Collin White Collar cases

Many times, prosecutors of white collar crimes in Collin County or any other jurisdiction attempt to use sophisticated evidence such as cell phone tower records, cell phone dumps, and computer forensics. Sometimes, however, the prosecutor will only need bank records to prosecute a citizen. These cases can require the use of experts. Whether your prosecutor calls for computer forensic experts, financial experts, or other experts, if you are charged with a white collar crime in Collin County, you should look for a criminal defense attorney who has these types of contacts and is prepared to utilize these experts to protect you.

Possible white collar crimes in Collin County

  • Theft over $1,000,000.00
  • Employee Theft
  • Execution of a Document by Deception
  • Tampering with a Government Record
  • False Statement to Obtain Property or Credit
  • Engaging in Organized Crime
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Identity Theft

Goheen & O’Toole, P.L.L.C. wants to protect your rights

We at Goheen & O’Toole, P.L.L.C. know how difficult white collar crime cases can be based on years of experience. Prior to defending those accused of these types of crimes, three of our attorneys spent time prosecuting these cases. In fact, one of our founders — Jon O'Toole — was in the White Collar Crime Unit in the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office as both a prosecutor and an intern. This experience helped him learn how prosecutors prepare for cases like yours and gave him the knowledge and skills necessary to protect your rights in these highly complex and complicated cases. Now, he shares that insight with his fellow attorneys to ensure your cases is handled the right way.