Dallas White Collar Crime Attorney
Individuals facing white collar criminal charges in Texas look to the Law Office of John R. Teakell to provide a zealous defense. To schedule a preliminary case review regarding charges of fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion, or other white collar crimes, contact the law firm by phone or e-mail.
When Criminal Allegations Occur Within Business and Professional Contexts
White collar criminal charges often arise within the context of relationships such as employer-employee, family relationships and client-service provider. Clients of the law firm have included healthcare professionals, investors, mortgage loan applicants, real estate brokers and Texans from many other walks of life.
White collar criminal charges that clients of the Law Office of John R. Teakell have faced include such matters as the following:
- Fraud: bank fraud, computer fraud, credit card fraud, health care fraud, mortgage fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud and securities fraud
- Embezzlement or forgery
- Tax evasion
Winning Federal Court Cases
♦ INVESTIGATION CLOSED, NO INDICTMENT - No charges/Indictment of the target of the investigation for Tax Evasion / Tax Fraud. (Northern District of Texas).
We have achieved results for men and women from all walks of life. Professionals who have been accused of white collar crimes often prefer to work closely with an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will:
- Take the time to build a trusting relationship
- Educate the client about the law; and
- Painstakingly construct a persuasive defense aimed at achieving the best attainable outcome
Key Advice to All Persons Facing White Collar Criminal Charges: “Don’t Speak to Investigators Without an Attorney’s Counsel.”
If charges have been filed against you, or if you believe white collar crime charges are imminent, talk to Attorney Teakell as early in the process as possible. If an investigation is underway or if a civil matter may lead to criminal charges or if accusations have been made, it is time to consult with an attorney.
In many cases, when a client is trying to resolve a civil matter, perhaps with an employer seeking restitution for alleged fund misappropriations, a criminal defense attorney can help prevent the case from developing into criminal charges. Taking opponents at their word not to report a matter to law enforcement is a risky tack to take without an attorney’s advice and representation.
Call or e-mail the Law Office of John R. Teakell to schedule an initial consultation.