Fraud, embezzlement, bribery and other white collar crime charges often come after lengthy investigations by law enforcement. If you have already been charged, or believe you are under investigation, it’s time to get the best criminal defense representation you can from a top defense lawyer on your side.
At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld, Attorneys at Law, in St. Louis, we skillfully protect the rights of our clients in these cases. We understand the complexity of these issues and can craft a compelling defense, representing your interests to prosecutors and judges. We believe it is important to be proactive in these cases in order to resolve the matter in a way that minimizes the potential consequences.
Give us a call today to arrange a no-cost consultation about your particular situation.
What Charges Are You Facing?
Aggressive defense of property offense charges is an important part of our larger criminal defense practice. We represent clients throughout Missouri and Illinois in a broad range of fraud and other white collar crimes cases, including:
- Mortgage fraud
- Mail or wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Social Security fraud
- Unemployment fraud
- Embezzlement or bribery
Mortgage Fraud Cases
We represent both lenders and borrowers who are caught in the middle of investigations of suspected fraudulent real estate activity such as:
- Fraudulent presentations on applications
- False appraisals
- Property flipping
Our experienced lawyers often work hand in hand with government authorities to create a payment plan to correct the suspected fraud. Many times, this causes the charges against our clients to be dropped or minimized.
Contact Our Experienced White Collar Crime Defense Attorneys
We provide each client a free phone consultation to discuss his or her unique situation and to determine how we can help. To arrange a meeting, please call us today at 314-282-8657. Or, if you prefer, complete our online form. We accept most major credit cards for your convenience.
We provide representation in Missouri, Illinois and federal courts across the nation.