White Collar Crimes, Business Crimes, and General Federal Defense

Our criminal and white collar defense attorneys represent clients in white collar, business crimes, and general federal defense matters. We are fervently dedicated to defending our clients’ rights.

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Criminal and White Collar Defense Attorneys

The white collar, business crimes and general federal defense attorneys represent individuals and businesses accused of criminal wrongdoing.

This practice is led by Mark A. Jones, who formerly served as an Assistant United States Attorney and has represented the government in hundreds of federal criminal investigations and prosecutions. His wealth of experience investigating and prosecuting provides him with first-hand knowledge on how to best defend against potential criminal charges and work toward a favorable outcome for each client. 

White Collar and Business Crimes

Our white collar defense attorneys represent individuals and corporations throughout North Carolina facing federal and/or serious state criminal charges. Whether charges have already been filed or are expected, our white collar and business crimes team will be able to assist you in understanding the charges and preparing a zealous defense. Recent cases include:

  • Wire fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Tax evasion and tax fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Insurance fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Insider trading
  • Securities fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Mortgage fraud,
  • Healthcare fraud (including Medicare and Medicaid fraud)
  • Mail fraud
  • Aggravated identity theft
  • Computer-based crimes and Title 18, U.S.C. sec. 2252, et seq. offenses and all related conspiracies.

General Federal Defense

We provide zealous defense against every possible federal or state criminal charge. In addition to defending white collar and business crimes, the general federal defense section commonly defends individuals charged with a wide range of offenses, including drug trafficking conspiracies, firearms offenses, bank robberies, Hobbs Act robberies, and counterfeiting and racketeering (RICO) conspiracies.