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Winston-Salem White Collar Crimes Lawyers

Defending Clients Who Have Been Accused Of White Collar Crimes in Forsyth County

    Most white collar offenses fall under the jurisdiction of federal authorities. Federal statutes covering these offenses, as well as federal indictments, can be cumbersome and confusing. Hiring a criminal attorney experienced with white collar offenses is essential when you are the subject of an investigation or arrest.

    The white collar crime attorneys at Grace, Tisdale & Clifton P.A. in Winston-Salem have over 150 years of combined experience and are committed to defending our clients’ rights and their futures.

    Are you facing charges for a white collar crime? Call Grace, Tisdale & Clifton P.A. today at (336) 515-6552 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our white collar crimes attorney in Winston-Salem.

    Types of White Collar Crimes

    White collar crime commonly refers to those crimes committed in a professional capacity and usually involve an element of financial gain. Charges that typically fall under white collar crime include:

    • Tax evasion
    • Securities fraud
    • Insider trading
    • Identity theft
    • Mail fraud
    • Medicare fraud
    • Mortgage fraud
    • Public corruption
    • Official misconduct
    • Embezzlement
    • RICO
    • Antitrust violations
    • Counterfeiting

    What are the Penalties of White Collar Crimes in North Carolina?

    Convictions carry severe penalties, including restitution and jail/prison time - defendants take a risk without a white collar crimes attorney representing them. You may also be subject to forfeiture laws and lose your property even if you aren't charged or convicted.

    Defending an individual accused of committing a white collar crime takes unique knowledge and professionalism. Contact us today for help.

    Contact Our White Collar Crimes Attorney Today

    White collar cases are often very complex to investigate. Prosecutors and investigators frequently rely on information provided by the subject of an investigation in order to prove claims against them. A knock on the door from an FBI agent, a letter from the IRS, or law enforcement requesting access to information without a warrant — all can be the start of evidence gathering for their side.

    You may not even realize the impact your statements have on your case, which is why it is important to have a lawyer assisting you as soon as possible. If you suspect that you may be the subject of a current or future investigation, it is always best to consult with a lawyer experienced in defending white collar crimes. Your future is too important to place in inexperienced hands.

    Contact Grace, Tisdale & Clifton P.A. today to get started on your defense with our Winston-Salem white collar crimes lawyers.

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    • Experience on Both Sides

      The majority of our lawyers are former prosecutors and know how the system works.

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      Our clients are our top priority. Each team member treats every client with respect and every case with discretion.

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      Our legal team has experience handling all manner of criminal cases and have a comprehensive list of satisfied clients.

    • Locally Based Firm

      Every one of our attorneys is from the local town and graduated Wake Forest Law School.


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