Columbia White Collar Crimes Attorney
Defending the Rights of Those Accused of Fraud and Financial Crimes
If you have been charged with a white collar crime, both your career and your future may be at risk. Fortunately, experienced legal guidance is available to help you during this difficult time.
Whether you live in Lexington County, Richland County or anywhere else in South Carolina, you need to contact The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, if you are facing criminal charges, including charges related to white collar crimes.
Having practiced law for over 22 years, attorney Marion M. Moses has developed the legal skill set required to protect your professional standing while defending you against claims of white collar offenses.
As a skilled trial attorney and former prosecutor, he has substantial experience trying complex cases throughout South Carolina. Drawing on his extensive criminal background, he will work tirelessly to help you navigate the legal process so that your case is resolved in a timely fashion, and with the least amount of interference possible on your professional life.
Types of White Collar Crimes
From our Columbia office, we represent clients throughout South Carolina accused of a variety of white collar offenses:
- Embezzlement or employee theft
- Fraudulent checks
- Insurance fraud
- Mail, wire or bank fraud
- Securities fraud
- Health care or prescription drug fraud
- Computer crimes
Confronting criminal charges can be a stressful experience that shouldn’t be exacerbated with ineffective counsel. When you seek legal representation from The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, attorney Marion M. Moses will personally oversee all aspects of your case. While other firms may assign your case to young associates, you can rest assured that Marion M. Moses will be the lawyer handling your case from the moment of your first consultation until your case is concluded.
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