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Top Houston Federal & White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Texas

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    • If you're facing criminal charges of any type, you need to act quickly. State governments and United States federal agents, such as those from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), will move swiftly when they are gathering evidence and bringing white collar criminal charges. Without the right help, you will be facing their associated army of state and federal prosecutors all by yourself.

    • We've collected a list of the best lawyers in Houston to help you fight high-profile charges such as, embezzlement, securities fraud, tax evasion and tax fraud, bank fraud (and related financial crimes), wire fraud, insider trading, public corruption, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), credit card fraud, racketeering and RICO investigations, Medicaid fraud and other forms of health care fraud, insurance fraud, and money laundering. Whether you are a CEO who is facing an internal investigation and subsequent prosecution at the federal level, or if you simply work at a financial institution and are facing charges due to a misunderstanding, these criminal defense lawyers are here to help you.

    • There are a variety of issues in white collar criminal cases that only seasoned defense lawyers will be able to help you address. From challenging the adequacy of grand jury investigations to fighting off arcane procedural maneuvers used by the Department of Justice in federal court, having the right criminal defense lawyers on your side can make or break your case. Make sure that you get one of these criminal law experts on your side sooner than later, so that they have time to build the strongest case possible for you.

    • To find the right Texas lawyer, you need to ask questions pertinent to your legal case. You should find an attorney to meet your specific needs. Questions to ask before hiring a lawyer may include:

      • How much experience do you have with cases like mine?
      • Do you know the judge or prosecutor in this case?
      • Should I take this case to mediation?
      • What are your legal fees and expenses?
      • Are you available after hours for questions?
      • Which lawyers or associates will I be dealing with?
      • Do I have to appear in person for my case?
      • Where is your Texas law office located?

      Some people find a lawyer based on a recommendation from a friend or family member but you should do your own evaluation. A friend who suggested a divorce attorney may not be in the best position to recommend a criminal defense law attorney or tax lawyer. Dealing with legal issues can be complicated and frustrating. You should find the right lawyer that you can connect with to provide you with information, advice, and the legal aid you need.

    • The cost of hiring a lawyer can depend on the type of law and the complexity of the case. Some lawyers offer a free initial consultation. A free consultation is more common in contingency fee cases like personal injury or medical malpractice. Some lawyers may require a fee for the initial interview. During the initial interview, the lawyer may be able to provide some important information, including your legal options, likely outcomes, and cost of legal services. An initial interview is also an opportunity for you to see if this person is the right lawyer for you.

    • The State Bar of Texas keeps Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct records of violations or grievances against attorneys in the state. You can use the search tool on the state bar website to check an attorney's public disciplinary history. The state bar search results should show the lawyer's disciplinary history (if any) in Texas and other states.

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