White Collar Crimes

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Dallas White Collar Crime Lawyer

Defending Clients Who Are Facing White Collar Crime Charges in Dallas County

White-collar crime is a serious criminal offense that can have substantial consequences for individuals and businesses in Texas. If you are facing charges that are related to white-collar crime, it is important to have an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney on your side who can help protect your rights and defend your interests.

As a former federal prosecutor and criminal court judge, Patrick J. McLain defends clients accused of white collar crimes. Our team has the experience and the determination to help our clients assess their cases, plan a strategy, and fight for results.

Have you been accused of a white collar crime? Call the Law Office of Patrick J. McLain, PLLC, today at (214) 238-9392 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our white collar crime attorney in Dallas. Se habla Español.

What Is a White Collar Crime?

A white-collar crime often refers to a non-violent offense perpetrated by individuals, generally in business or government positions, for financial gain or other personal benefits. This type of crime is committed by professionals who have access to sensitive information or authority over economic resources. Some examples of white-collar crimes can include fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, insider trading, bribery, and other forms of financial misconduct.

In the state of Texas, the penalties for white-collar crimes may vary depending on the particular offense committed and the amount of money that was involved. In general, a defendant could be faced with civil penalties, such as fines or restitution, in addition to criminal penalties.

White Collar Crime Cases We Handle

The Law Office of Patrick J. McLain, PLLC, helps clients against both federal and state prosecutors. Even an accusation can lead to hazards to your job, your reputation, and your freedom. Prosecutors work these cases aggressively, and so must your Dallas white collar crime attorney.

Our white collar crime lawyer in Dallas can help defend you against serious charges of:

Contact Our White Collar Crime Attorney in Dallas Today

In practice since 1990, our Dallas white collar crime attorney has the extensive courtroom experience necessary to win tough criminal cases. His background allows us to be aggressive in providing excellent service and high-quality representation to people facing these serious charges.

Contact the Law Office of Patrick J. McLain, PLLC, today to get started on your defense with our Dallas white collar crime lawyer.

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  • Over Two Decades in the U.S. Marine Corps
    Attorney Patrick J. McLain tried his first jury trials during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He handles all cases with integrity and an unparalleled work-ethic.
  • Former Federal Prosecutor & Military Judge
    Attorney Patrick J. McLain's years of experience across the aisle provide him with a unique perspective.
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