Federal White-Collar crime includes a variety of criminal activities which can also be a violation of not only federal law, but Texas state law as well.
White-Collar crime can include, but is not limited to:
- Money laundering
- Corporate fraud
- Securities and commodities fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Financial institution fraud
- Bank fraud
- Fraud against the Government
- Mass marketing fraud
- Healthcare fraud
- Public corruption
- Election law violations
If you find yourself facing federal charges for any of these crimes you need a lawyer experienced in the federal courtroom.
Blizzard and Zimmerman Attorneys have that experience. Contact us today to vigorously defend you.
Lawyer Jacob Blizzard is one of a few lawyers who has won federal criminal cases out of the Abilene, San Angelo, and Lubbock divisions notoriously “law and order” oriented divisions of the Northern District of Texas.
The FBI indicates money laundering is one of the most common white-collar crimes. These are associated with crimes that provide a financial gain, and criminals who engage in money laundering obtain illegal funds in a variety of ways. Some of their crimes include:
- Complex financial crimes
- Health care fraud
- Human trafficking
- International and domestic public corruption
- Narcotics trafficking
Facing any of these crimes, it is in your best interest to work with an experienced Texas white-collar criminal defense lawyer, even if you are simply under investigation and have not yet been arrested and formally charged.
Our team has the experience required to give you the best representation possible.
Led by Texas Board of Legal Specialization certified lawyer Jacob Blizzard who has also argued his cases in oral argument before the Courts of Appeals in both Texas state and US federal courts. He has dual board certification in both criminal law and criminal appellate law.
Lawyer Matt Zimmerman has qualified for placement on the Criminal Justice Act Panel of lawyers and receives federal criminal cases by appointment from the Federal District Court of the Northern District of Texas.
Contact us today for a private one-on-one consultation with one of our federal criminal defense lawyers to learn more about your situation and how our team may be able to help you.
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