WHITE COLLAR CRIMES

St. Paul White Collar Crimes Lawyer
Maplewood Minnesota Fraud Defense Attorney

Fraud, forgery, embezzlement and other so-called “white collar crimes” are often aggressively prosecuted by the state of Minnesota, especially as local and national figures like Tom Petters and Bernie Madoff achieve notoriety for their own alleged crimes or convictions. Unfortunately for those falsely accused of white collar crimes, false identification, misconstruing legal acts as illegal, improper evidence gathering or other mistakes can have honest individuals facing serious consequences, including prison time.

At the Flanagan Law Office, in Hugo, attorney Patrick Flanagan represents individuals accused of white collar crimes in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota. A former chief prosecutor, Mr. Flanagan has more than 15 years of experience in the criminal justice system and understands how police and prosecutors will attempt to build cases against suspects. He uses this knowledge to aggressively pursue reduced charges or outright dismissal for clients through negotiation or at trial.

If you think you are being investigated for a crime or if you have already been charged, contact white collar crime lawyer Patrick Flanagan to schedule a free initial consultation.

White Collar Crimes in Minneapolis and St. Paul

The Flanagan Law Office and Patrick W. Flanagan provide criminal defense for a wide range of white collar crimes in Minnesota, including:

  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Bank and credit card fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement and employee theft
  • Bribery
  • Counterfeiting and forgery
  • Theft by swindle
  • Writing bad checks

In some cases, suspects of white collar crimes are made aware of investigations into their activities prior to charges being filed. In other cases, there is no indication of an investigation before arrests are made. Regardless, it is always important to get an experienced lawyer involved as soon as possible to increase the chances of a successful resolution.

Contact the Flanagan Law Office

Contact the Flanagan Law Office right away to speak with an attorney at a free initial consultation. Learn more about your rights under the law and your best options for a successful outcome. Call to schedule an appointment at 763-786-5324 or 651-200-3484.

Fraud, forgery, embezzlement and other so-called “white collar crimes” are often aggressively prosecuted by the state of Minnesota, especially as local and national figures like Tom Petters and Bernie Madoff achieve notoriety for their own alleged crimes or convictions. Unfortunately for those falsely accused of white collar crimes, false identification, misconstruing legal acts as illegal, improper evidence gathering or other mistakes can have honest individuals facing serious consequences, including prison time.

At the Flanagan Law Office, in Hugo, attorney Patrick Flanagan represents individuals accused of white collar crimes in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota. A former chief prosecutor, Mr. Flanagan has more than 15 years of experience in the criminal justice system and understands how police and prosecutors will attempt to build cases against suspects. He uses this knowledge to aggressively pursue reduced charges or outright dismissal for clients through negotiation or at trial.

If you think you are being investigated for a crime or if you have already been charged, contact white collar crime lawyer Patrick Flanagan to schedule a free initial consultation.

White Collar Crimes in Minneapolis and St. Paul

The Flanagan Law Office and Patrick W. Flanagan provide criminal defense for a wide range of white collar crimes in Minnesota, including:

  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Bank and credit card fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement and employee theft
  • Bribery
  • Counterfeiting and forgery
  • Theft by swindle
  • Writing bad checks

In some cases, suspects of white collar crimes are made aware of investigations into their activities prior to charges being filed. In other cases, there is no indication of an investigation before arrests are made. Regardless, it is always important to get an experienced lawyer involved as soon as possible to increase the chances of a successful resolution.

Contact the Flanagan Law Office

Contact the Flanagan Law Office right away to speak with an attorney at a free initial consultation. Learn more about your rights under the law and your best options for a successful outcome. Call to schedule an appointment at 763-786-5324 or 651-200-3484.