Tampa Embezzlement Defense Attorneys
Embezzlement Involves Misappropriating Funds
Criminal charges involving embezzlement typically relate to an accountant, manager or other person in a position of trust in a company who purposefully redirects or takes money for personal gain. For example, Bob may be the accounting manager for XYZ Electric. His employer accuses him of taking money from the accounts by creating a fake vendor and transferring funds to his personal bank account. Soon Bob finds himself facing criminal charges for embezzlement. This is just one illustration of how a person may face accounting fraud accusations of this kind.
Act now and involve a criminal defense lawyer if you would like the best opportunity of challenging your embezzlement charges and avoiding a ruined career, imprisonment, loss of employment and other harsh consequences. Even allegations or an investigation of embezzlement may have serious consequences for you and your family. Having an attorney at your side to protect your rights and interests may limit these negative repercussions.
Let us review your case and discuss your legal options to help you make the right choices about your particular situation.
At Thomas & Paulk, P.A. we represent defendants throughout Tampa and local areas who are facing embezzlement or any other type of white collar crime charges or investigations. We take pride in offering clients dedicated client service and experienced representation that makes all the difference in their peace of mind and final case outcomes. You can undergo a confidential consultation with a criminal attorney at our Tampa law offices by calling us or contacting us online today.
Call us at (813) 321-7323 for a free case review!
You may know nothing about the criminal system and may be confused on what to do next. You need an attorney who can guide you through the entire process.
You won't be able to look into all the possibilities alone. We're well-versed in criminal law and can provide you with a strong strategy to turn the odds in your favor.
We've been working in the courts for a long time and have developed positive relationships with all the people you may face, which can help improve your chances.
Building a Case
Unlike a prosecutor, your criminal defense attorney can spend the time to build a strong case to help get your charges dismissed or your penalties reduced.