White Collar Criminal Defence

White Collar Criminal Defence

As the premier investigative firm for white collar defence practitioners, we work collaboratively and creatively with defence counsel from the pre-indictment stage through the end of the trial to create investigative strategies designed to challenge the government’s case and bolster defence theories. When the client’s future is on the line in a criminal case, access to information can mean the difference between acquittal and conviction.

Our work, relating to the defence of white-collar criminal matters, includes:

  • Collecting evidence and offering facts in support of defence motions.
  • Conducting background investigations of the government’s cooperating witnesses to impeach their credibility.
  • Identifying, locating, and interviewing potential witnesses.
  • Interviewing confidential sources for background information where public records are unavailable, unhelpful, or non-existent.
  • Investigating credentials of expert witnesses.
  • Tracing and locating assets.
  • Identifying undisclosed links between subjects and witnesses.
  • Creating alternative theories to counter the government’s theory of prosecution.
  • Providing material for plea negotiation and cross examination.
  • Conducting forensic accounting reviews of financial records.

As the premier investigative firm for white collar defence practitioners, we work collaboratively and creatively with defence counsel from the pre-indictment stage through the end of the trial to create investigative strategies designed to challenge the government’s case and bolster defence theories. When the client’s future is on the line in a criminal case, access to information can mean the difference between acquittal and conviction.

Our work, relating to the defence of white-collar criminal matters, includes:

  • Collecting evidence and offering facts in support of defence motions.
  • Conducting background investigations of the government’s cooperating witnesses to impeach their credibility.
  • Identifying, locating, and interviewing potential witnesses.
  • Interviewing confidential sources for background information where public records are unavailable, unhelpful, or non-existent.
  • Investigating credentials of expert witnesses.
  • Tracing and locating assets.
  • Identifying undisclosed links between subjects and witnesses.
  • Creating alternative theories to counter the government’s theory of prosecution.
  • Providing material for plea negotiation and cross examination.
  • Conducting forensic accounting reviews of financial records.