The consequences that an individual who has been accused of a white collar crime can face are often substantial.
Criminal sanctions, such as heavy fines or even jail time, are a common consequence of conviction, though these are often less severe and less of a concern than the social and professional consequences that tend to accompany conviction of a white collar crime.
Because the investigations that must be undertaken in order to prosecute an individual for white collar crime are often extensive, by the time an individual becomes aware that they are under investigation, it is likely that the investigation has already progressed substantially. Because of this and the weight a conviction can carry, our lawyers at Del Prado Law believe that retaining legal representation as soon as possible is essential. By having a qualified and skilled San Antonio criminal attorney on your side, you can ensure your rights and interests are being protected.