Mesa White Collar Crime Lawyer
Charged with a white collar crime?
Whether you have been charged with bribery,
theft, fraud, embezzlement, forgery, or any other white-collar crime, the Law
Offices of Trent R. Buckallew, PC has the knowledge and experience to
defend your case. Mr. Buckallew has defended a wide variety of white-collar
crimes, understands the complexities in these types of cases, and will
zealously defend each and every client facing any type of white collar
crime allegation. He has the expertise to defend your rights and provide
you with an aggressive defense at trial. If you are facing white-collar
crime charges, contact a Mesa
criminal defense attorney today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options.
Need a lawyer for a white collar crime case in Mesa, Arizona?
Bribery of a public servant includes offering any benefit with the (corrupt) intent
to influence the public servant’s vote, opinion, judgment or other
action in his/her official capacity as a public servant. A public servant
commits bribery if he/she solicits, accepts, or agrees to accept any benefit
with an agreement that his/her vote, opinion, or exercise of discretion
may be influenced. Bribery of a public servant is a class 4 felony.
Credit card forgery generally means the intent to defraud by altering a credit card or falsely
making or embossing a credit card.
Credit card fraud is generally defined as the intent to defraud by using a forged, expired,
or cancelled credit card for the purposes of obtaining money, goods, or
anything else of value.
Credit card theft is generally defined as taking control of a credit card without the cardholder’s
consent, or selling a credit card with the intent to defraud.
Fraudulent schemes and artifices occur when a person obtains some benefit by means of false pretenses, representations,
or material omissions, pursuant to a scheme or artifice to defraud.
Fraudulent schemes and practices refers to deceiving, concealing, or covering up any material facts pursuant
to a scheme, by using trickery while targeting a public entity.
Identity Theft occurs when a person takes the identity of another person, by using personal
identifying information, without the consent of that person, and with
the intent to use the other person’s identity for any unlawful purpose.
You need an attorney for a white collar crime charge in Mesa, as the consequences
can have an impact on future employment prospects, professional reputation,
and many other aspects of your life. Mr. Buckallew has extensive experience
as a criminal defense attorney, having handled criminal cases at all stages
of the criminal process and will help his clients navigate through our
often-complicated criminal justice system. He has handled criminal cases
ranging from simple misdemeanor cases to serious and complex felony jury
trials and, maintaining a state-wide practice, he can represent individuals
in any court throughout the State of Arizona.
Contact a Mesa white collar crime attorney for a free consultation if you have been charged with any type of white-collar crime.