Matters Involving Allegations Of Fraud
Although white-collar crimes are nonviolent in nature, the penalties associated with these crimes are very substantial. Even the investigation of a white-collar crime can seriously damage your professional reputation, personal relationships and all aspects of your life. If you have reason to believe you are under investigation, or if you have already been formally charged with a white-collar crime, it is vital to have a knowledgeable defense lawyer on your side as soon as possible.
What Federal Or State Financial Crime Are You Facing?
Without an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side, these situations can quickly spiral out of control. Specific areas of Candice Fields‘ California-based white-collar criminal defense practice include the following:
- Federal mail fraud and wire fraud, including internet website fraud
- State and federal criminal tax evasion
- Health care fraud, Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Securities fraud, SEC violations, Ponzi schemes and pyramid investment fraud
- Antitrust violations
- Real estate and mortgage fraud
Attorney Candice Fields has the depth and breadth of experience necessary to give you the best chance of achieving a favorable result. Over the last 25 years, in addition to working for a prominent Sacramento white-collar criminal defense firm, she has also worked at statewide law firms and the United States Attorney’s Office.
“When appropriate, I will initiate a dialog with law enforcement agents, investigators and prosecutors in order to better understand the nature of the allegations against you. With many years of experience, I have earned the credibility and trust of these individuals. When I am enlisted early on in the process, it is possible to prevent charges from ever being filed.” — Candice Fields
Contact Candice Fields Law For A Free Initial Consultation
Call 916-905-3629 or complete the online contact form to get started. Candice Fields is available 24/7, including evenings and weekends by appointment. She can also meet with clients who are being held in jail.