Tacoma White Collar Crime Attorneys Build Strong Defenses Against Non-Violent Charges

Preserve your reputation and protect your rights with the help of a white collar lawyer in Pierce County

White collar crimes can include a range of offenses from embezzlement and falsifying business records to computer/Internet crimes and insider trading — almost all involving financial motives. As a professional or business person, even an accusation can do nearly irreparable damage to the good name you have spent your entire career building.

At The Woods Law Office, PLLC, we bring a decade of experience in providing skilled representation to helping those throughout Pierce County and King County who find themselves facing white collar crime charges. As skilled white collar lawyers in Tacoma, we have provided solid and successful legal defense to our clients and are prepared to help those in fields from banking to insurance, medical professionals, and even public officials.

A comprehensive approach

Defense attorney Doug Woods understands that white collar crimes are complex and may involve a number of federal government agencies, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), U.S. Customs, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or even the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). If you have been charged with a crime on a federal level, it is likely that the government has spent months or more building its case. As your criminal lawyer, Doug Woods and our staff know that in addition to providing a smart, sound and strategic defense, we may also be called upon to deal with the media.

You can count on The Woods Law Office, PLLC for professional, discreet representation for white collar matters including:

Fraud including credit card fraud, securities fraud, mortgage fraud, healthcare fraud, insurance fraud, wire and mail fraud, bankruptcy fraud, Medicare and Medicaid fraud, and other types of fraudulent activities

  • Forgery of checks or documents
  • Embezzlement
  • Deceptive business practices, including price fixing, false advertising and pyramid schemes
  • Blackmail/extortion
  • Tax evasion
  • Computer crimes/computer hacking
  • Conspiracy
  • Bribery

If you have not been charged with a crime but believe you are under investigation, it is still wise to contact an attorney. Our experienced white collar lawyer will immediately and aggressively fight to protect your rights, your reputation and your freedom.

Contact our Tacoma white collar crimes law attorney for a free consultation

White collar lawyer Doug Woods and our entire staff have the experience you need at the time you need it most. Contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation and your needs. Weekend or evening appointments can be arranged. We offer flexible, affordable payment plans.

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