Defending Against Embezzlement

Defending Against EmbezzlementHave you been charged with a white-collar crime? You will need a San Antonio criminal defense lawyer with experience defending against embezzlement to get your charges dropped or reduced. Here is some important information to know.

Defending Against Embezzlement

If you are accused of stealing from your employer or misappropriating client funds, you may be subject to felony prosecution, the end of your career and other serious fallout. You cannot afford to wait and see how it plays out. You need experienced legal counsel immediately.

The law firm of Rush & Gransee, L.C., has been representing the accused in the San Antonio area for more than 25 years, including defense against embezzlement and white collar crimes. We will do everything possible to head off an arrest or indictment or to vigorously defend your freedom and your future if you are charged. We deliver a strong defense while also keeping your matter as discreet as possible.

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Defense Against Embezzlement

We have represented bank tellers, office managers and clerks, personnel of nonprofit organizations and other people in positions of trust who handle financial accounts or large amounts of cash. When money goes missing or there is some discrepancy with the books, you may find yourself under investigation or accused outright.

Depending on the amount of money and the circumstances, embezzlement may be a misdemeanor or felony. Either way, it could be career-ending and lead to jail or prison and other consequences of a criminal conviction.

San Antonio embezzlement lawyer Kurt Gransee is a former Bexar County assistant prosecutor with experience on both sides of white collar crime allegations. He personally handles your case to defuse unfounded allegations, challenge the evidence and protect you from the most severe consequences.

Defense Against Embezzlement

If you are charged with employee theft or breach of fiduciary duty, we will explore all the possible resolutions. Sometimes, cases can be resolved quietly through restitution or resignation. Sometimes, we can get the amount knocked down so that clients face a lesser offense. We may be able to argue that you do not meet the criteria as a fiduciary.

If the prosecution goes forward, we exhaust all defenses to prevent a conviction or jail sentence. Did someone else have access to the money or the accounts? Is the money really missing? Is there an innocent explanation or mitigating factors such as drug addiction or gambling losses? Arrange a free initial consultation with one of San Antonio’s top criminal defense lawyers.

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