The Charges Are Serious — Get Help Today
Sometimes there is a thin line between what most people consider a business deal gone wrong and what some people consider a white collar crime. The law is complex and business deals are complicated, so lines can become blurred. Too often, this results in good people being charged with fraud or other crimes when they have only made a bad business decision.
I am attorney Paul Morrison. As a former District Attorney of Johnson County and Kansas Attorney General, I understand the meticulous preparation required for an effective defense in white collar cases. My associate and I have the experience you need in this serious situation. If you face fraud or other allegations, or are the subject of an investigation, call MORRISON & DERSCH, LLC at (913) 780-6666.
Types of Fraud and Financial Crimes
A white collar crime is generally recognized as a non-violent commercial or business criminal activity that usually involves monetary theft. We represent clients in a variety of white collar cases, including:
- Identity theft
Take Action Soon
If you are the subject of an investigation, do not wait to be indicted. Prosecutors can have a small army of law enforcement officers and investigators examining financial transactions, accounting records, tax documents, computer activity and more.
Take action by talking to an experienced defense lawyer today. In some situations, a corporate criminal case can be favorably resolved before it escalates to an indictment. In all cases, a conviction can have severe repercussions in your personal and professional life.
We are Ready to Help You
Call (913) 780-6666 or send an e-mail to schedule a free consultation. We are located in Olathe and serve people from the Johnson County area.