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Defense Against Financially Motivated Crimes

Not every criminal offense takes place in a dark alley. Many business people and professionals are accused of crimes that take place in well-lit buildings on bustling streets, or even on computer servers. White-collar crimes are usually financially motivated, not violent. They often involve fraud, embezzlement, falsifying records or bribery. As technology changes our world, it also affects how we create and store things of value and how money and goods are exchanged.

These changes can make prosecuting and defending against white-collar crimes complicated. For a good defense, you need a Buffalo white collar crime lawyer with a track record of tireless effort and impeccable attention to detail. In your time of need, choose James Quinn Auricchio, Esq.

The Right Representation For White-Collar Crimes

James Quinn Auricchio, Esq. is willing to dig into the records and put in the hours to produce the evidence. He represents those accused of white-collar crimes including:

  • Identity theft
  • Extortion
  • Embezzlement
  • Bribery
  • Tax fraud
  • Insider trading
  • Counterfeiting

He has successfully defended mortgage brokers from false fraud accusations and helps business owners, bankers, investment professionals and others defend themselves in court. He can also represent you if you face drug-related criminal offenses or charges of driving while intoxicated.

Turn To James Quinn Auricchio, Esq., Today

Disproving white-collar criminal charges involves collecting and assessing mountains of records, understanding the nature of the accused’s work, and being willing to work through it all without shortcuts. James Quinn Auricchio, Esq., provides attention to detail and determination to win. Mr. Auricchio values his clients and is willing to put in the time to get the job done right.

If you are facing charges, trust the Buffalo white collar crime attorney who goes the extra mile for you. Reach James Quinn Auricchio, Esq., today by calling 716-267-6168 or by sending an email.