White Collar Crime Attorney in Andover
An Unrelenting, Strategic Approach to White Collar Crime Defense
If you are under investigation for or have been accused of a white collar crime, the team at McNally Law Office is here to help. For the past 37 years, we have dedicated our lives to protecting the constitutional rights of people across Massachusetts who have found themselves facing criminal charges, investigations, warrants, or arrests. We are ready to put this experience to work for you as we represent your interests.
White collar crimes are highly complex by nature and require intelligent, creative strategies that support the defense and expose weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. As an Andover white collar crime lawyer, Mark McNally understands how to approach these cases. He has dedicated his life to his clients as a criminal defense attorney since 1980 and has personally tried 100s of cases. This experience is invaluable in complicated white collar criminal cases.
Call our offices at (978) 401-4021 for a free review of your case. Our firm provides representation to clients in Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk counties.
Representing Defendants in Andover Since 1980
White collar offenses are typically financial crimes or other non-violent crimes committed in business, corporate, or government environments. Fraud is the most commonly charged white collar crime, but other examples may include embezzlement, insider trading, money laundering, bribery, forgery, and counterfeiting. Conspiracy or racketeering charges may also be filed, depending on the circumstances surrounding the alleged offense.
The only decision when faced with white collar crime charges is to involve an attorney. Andover white collar crime attorney Mark McNally can fight to help you avoid such serious penalties as:
- Imprisonment, typically for a minimum of 1 year all the way to 20 years or more, depending on the value of property involved and the specific circumstances involved.
- Heavy fines, which may add up to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars.
- Victim restitution, which is money paid to the victim or victims of financial crimes.
- Probation, where a defendant is released into society under the supervision of a probation officer in lieu of part or all of a prison sentence.
Contact McNally Law Office at (978) 401-4021 today.