White Collar Crimes


Chicago White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers

A conviction for a white collar crime such as theft, fraud, or embezzlement can take a heavy toll on your life. Many white collar crimes are felonies, which carry lengthy prison sentences.

Since employers routinely conduct background checks of prospective employees, a felony conviction can also make it nearly impossible to get a good job. Few employers would consider hiring someone who has a conviction for fraud, identity theft, embezzlement, or any other white collar crime.

To preserve your freedom and future, you need a lawyer who is willing to fight for you. At the criminal defense law firm of John W. Callahan, Ltd., we have obtained dismissals and not-guilty verdicts in dozens of white collar crime cases. For a complimentary confidential consultation, call our firm at 877-335-6697 or reach us online.

Developing Your Defense Through Thorough Analysis of the Facts

We will subpoena the state's evidence and other materials so that we understand both the strengths and the weaknesses of the case against you. Then we will conduct our own investigations to challenge the prosecutor's charges. We will analyze your case from every angle in an attempt to present the best possible defense on your behalf.

Our advantage is our experience and our preparation. We handle the following kinds of white collar crime cases:

  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Identity theft
  • Larceny
  • Accounting fraud
  • Elder fraud

We Win White Collar Crime Cases Other Lawyers Said Were Impossible

People retain our services because our lawyers are known for their ability to handle tough cases. We have obtained dismissals and not-guilty verdicts in a number of cases that other lawyers said were impossible.

We are sensitive to our clients' needs for discretion. Our consultations are always confidential. Contact a Chicago white collar crime lawyer at the law offices of John W. Callahan, Ltd., today. Call 1-877-335-6697 or contact us online to arrange for a time to discuss your case.