A Skilled Defense Attorney For Federal White Collar Criminal Charges
Many criminal charges that involve financial manipulation, deceit and other forms of financial gain are considered federal white collar crimes. No matter what type of federal white collar charges you are facing, you will have to face off against federal prosecutors who have vast powers to investigate your personal and business financial dealings. If you are charged with a federal white collar crime, you will want an experienced defense attorney who can stand take a stand against the United States government. Attorney Ann Fitz has over 15 years of experience in federal court and a long record of favorable case outcomes for her federal white collar criminal defense clients. Her West Palm Beach office represents people who are charged with federal white collar crimes in the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. You can discuss the details of your case in a free consultation with Ms. Fitz by calling 561-264-2431.
An Aggressive Defense For Many Types Of Charges
Ms. Fitz is a former Georgia felony prosecutor and a served as a Panel Attorney for 7 years in conjunction with the Federal Defender’s Office in Atlanta and Los Angeles. This experience allows her to defend clients against federal white collar charges and understand how prosecutors handle these cases. As your attorney, she will create an aggressive defense based on the strengths and unique details of your case. The Law Office of Ann Fitz defends clients from many types of federal white collar criminal charges, including those involving:
- Banking fraud, such as check fraud and other forms of financial counterfeiting
- Corporate crimes including securities fraud and falsification of records
- Conspiracy to engage in a criminal activity
- White collar cyber crimes and hacking
- Health care fraud, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Identity theft and other forms of personal data theft
- False insurance claims
- Mail and wire fraud
- Money laundering schemes
- Mortgage fraud, include schemes involving equity skimming and property flipping
- Obstruction of justice
- Charges brought under the Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)
- Securities fraud, including market manipulation and insider trading
- Attempted tax fraud
A criminal conviction is not the end of your fight for freedom. Ms. Fitz guides clients through the federal criminal appeals process and will investigate every detail of your case. She will find legal issues that your lawyer inappropriately argued and valid objections that the trial court overruled.
Talk To Ms. Fitz In A Free Consultation
You can discuss your federal white collar criminal charges in a free consultation. Call the firm now at 561-264-2431 to schedule your free first meeting. Ms. Fitz is also available by email.