White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crime

Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C.’s criminal practice division handles both state and federal
white collar crimes and general criminal defense. We also assist corporate clients in prosecuting crimes by facilitating discussions and meetings with the District Attorney’s or United States Attorney’s Office. To schedule a consultation regarding white collar criminal charges in Gwinnett County or anywhere in Georgia, contact us by email or call 770-822-0900.

Computer Crimes

The number of crimes involving the use of the Internet or computer software has risen as our world gets more immersed in the digital age. The defense attorneys at Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. have the experience and capabilities to represent the following areas of computer crime defense:

  • Forgery
  • Theft
  • Theft of trade secrets
  • Trespass

Fraud and Embezzlement

Many of our clients have been charged with white collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement. Our experienced defensive team has successfully represented clients in the following areas

  • Accounting fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Breach of Fiduciary duty
  • Corporate officer fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Deceptive business practices
  • Deposit account fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Financial transaction card theft/fraud
  • Forgery
  • Health care fraud
  • Identity fraud/theft
  • Insider trading
  • Insurance fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Officer liability
  • Securities fraud
  • RICO
  • Tax evasion
  • Tax fraud
  • Wire fraud

Through skillful research techniques, it is our goal to put holes in the prosecution’s case.

Public Corruption

People in the public eye can be subject to accusations that attack their integrity and ability to ethically perform their duties. If you have been charged with bribery or extortion, let the legal team at Andersen, Tate & Carr help you protect your rights and good name. It is our goal to reach the best possible outcome for our clients.

Every Case Has the Potential to Go to Trial

Our experienced criminal defense attorneys, Pat McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark, understand that each and every case could potentially go to trial. In each case, our objective is to reach a dismissal or other positive resolution without the expense and uncertainty of trial. However, Mr. McDonough and Ms. Hundredmark are trial lawyers. As such, they will always be fully prepared to take a case to trial if that will be necessary to achieve a good result for a client.

In instances where going to trial is not in the clients’ best interest, our criminal defense team will utilize their skill and experience to find creative solutions. Before advising any client to accept a plea agreement, they will make sure the prosecution will be able to prove every element of the offenses you are charged with.

Schedule a free preliminary case analysis with one of our experienced Georgia criminal defense lawyers today.

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