Washington DC White Collar Crime Attorneys
We at McAdoo Gordon & Associates, P.C. have years of courtroom experience in all areas of criminal defense. Aggressive defenders of the client's rights and always current on the latest developments in the law, we at McAdoo Gordon & Associates defend individuals and companies in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
A number of federal agencies are charged with enforcing white collar crime law, including the FBI, the IRS, the U.S. Secret Service, the Customs Office, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency. We defend individual and corporate clients on federal and state charges at the trial and appellate level for white-collar (or "economic") crimes, such as:
- Fraud, including contract fraud, computer fraud, government benefits fraud, credit card fraud, telemarketing fraud, bankruptcy fraud, insurance fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, internet fraud, identity theft, pension fund fraud, and MediCare fraud
- Tax Crimes, including tax fraud and tax evasion
- Securities fraud and insider trading
- Bribery, kickbacks and corruption
- Money laundering, counterfeiting and forgery
- Anti-trust violations, commercial espionage and theft of trade secrets
- Perjury, false claims and statements, obstruction of justice
- Environmental crimes
Even if you have a company lawyer available to defend against these charges, McAdoo Gordon & Associates experience in security procedures ensures a unified defense when a legal problem will impact federal employment, a case in criminal court, and eligibility for security clearance.
Washington DC white collar crime attorneys at McAdoo Gordon & Associates also assist clients in resolving probation, restitution and alternative sentencing concerns.
Learn more about criminal defense cases McAdoo Gordon & Associates has successfully handled.
Contact a Washington, DC white collar crime defense attorney at McAdoo Gordon & Associates, P.C, providing criminal defense services to individuals and corporations charged with white collar crimes in federal or state court in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.