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San Antonio White Collar Crimes Attorney Provides High-Quality Criminal Defense

Protect your reputation with the help of an experienced lawyer

When you face charges for a white collar crime, you face consequences beyond potential prison or fines. Even if you are found not guilty, you could face career and personal disgrace. As a dedicated criminal defense lawyer, it is my goal to help you avoid these consequences. Through my firm, Kevin L. Collins, P.C., I have more than 27 years of legal experience on the defense and prosecution side of law. Trust my skills to help you meet these charges and return to a normal life.

White collar crime covers a variety of legal areas

Although white collar crime prosecution across the United States has declined slightly, law enforcement officials take these cases very seriously. As a federal criminal attorney, I provide criminal defense representation for people charged with many different white collar crimes, which include:

  • Fraud: This crime uses deception for personal gain or to damage another person or company. In some cases, fraud can be considered a felony, and people convicted of fraud may be subject to imprisonment, major fines and/or probation. Types of fraud include:
    • Tax fraud: Also known as tax evasion, tax fraud occurs when a person or company purposefully underpays taxes.
    • Mail fraud: This refers to any fraud committed through the mail. An example would be a person paying for a product and either never receiving that product or receiving something completely different than advertised.
    • Wire fraud: This crime is similar to mail fraud but involves the use of electronics, such as the Internet, computers or phones.
  • Embezzlement: This crime is the theft of money or property by a person trusted with responsibility for those assets. It most commonly occurs when an employee manipulates accounting records to conceal that he or she is stealing from a company. If a certain amount of money is stolen, the embezzlement becomes a felony.
  • Other financial crimes: These crimes include credit card fraud, mortgage fraud, medical fraud, forgery, money laundering, counterfeiting, bribery, identity theft and more.

Contact a San Antonio lawyer for strong representation

For more information about the various types of white collar crime or to arrange a consultation, please call Kevin L. Collins, P.C. at 210-598-8629, or contact me online. Take advantage of my unique experience in both prosecution and defense to tenaciously advocate for you and obtain a settlement in your favor.

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    Mr. Kevin Collins is a very professional and compassionate Lawyer who help my son and fought tooth and nail for him. Kevin never gave up on my sons case. He was confident and assured us everything was going to be ok. The staff was GREAT, Kevin was GR...

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    Mr Collins was very instrumental in getting me out of a complicated situation!! He and his staff worked very tirelessly and diligently to get my case DISMISSED and dismissed it was! I hope you never need him but if you find yourself in trouble with t...

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    Kevin Collins and his staff are very responsive, professional, and truthful. I was referred to him by a law school student. After finding his perfect reviews online, I decided to use Mr. Collins. I was very pleased with how he handled everything. If ...

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    If in need of legal assistance I highly recommend Mr. Collins.  From the initial consultation and through each step of the process Mr. Collins kept me well informed of any information with my case.  Mr. Collins is well spoken, easy to speak with, s...

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    Worked with Kevin as co-counsel on a criminal matter, found him to be knowledgeable and extremely professional. I recommend him to anyone in trouble in San Antonio!

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