White collar crimes are typically extremely intricate. Many white collar crimes are considered felonies and charges may be made at both the state and federal level. Because they are considered crimes of honesty, having any sort of white collar conviction on your record can damage your professional reputation beyond repair.
Not all criminal defense attorneys are prepared to handle white collar cases. When the stakes are this high, you not only need a criminal defense attorney who is licensed to practice in both state and federal courts, you need someone with experience defending white collar crimes specifically. Attorney Douglas Kans has this experience, having defended clients throughout Minnesota who have been charged with white collar crimes including:
The consequences for a white collar conviction can be severe. If you have been charged with a white collar crime in Minneapolis or the Twin Cities metro area, contact Mr. Kans as soon as possible so that he has the time to produce the strongest possible defense.
Individuals convicted of white collar crime in Minnesota are typically not eligible for probation or early parole. That means the penalties often include significant jail or prison time in addition to substantial fines and onerous restitution orders. Additionally, other people’s perception of your character will be permanently –and negatively – impacted.