Fort Collins Embezzlement Defense Lawyer

Embezzlement is a crime involving theft, usually from a place of business or an employer. In crimes of embezzlement, an intensive investigation will usually occur prior to the arrest and charge of an employee or other individual responsible for diverting funds. Often corporations have security personnel who interrogate employees suspected of misusing corporate property. These statements can be used in a criminal prosecution.

If you are under investigation or you have been charged with embezzlement, you need an experienced advocate as soon as possible. I am David H. Johnson, criminal defense attorney from Liggett, Johnson & Goodman, P.C. With more than 30 years of experience, I know how to protect your rights and defeat criminal charges.

Take action now to build a solid defense. Call 970-829-1221 or contact me by e-mail for a free consultation.

Investigation to Protect Your Rights

Cases involving embezzlement are often complex. Financial investigations, summaries, multiple bank accounts, tax documents, and multiple parties often complicate financial activities of any organization or entity. As your attorney, I will initiate an immediate investigation, preserve all documentation, interview witnesses, and work with experts.

If there is money missing from an employer’s account and you are the target of an investigation, you need an advocate working on your behalf from the outset. Allegations of embezzlement occur in many forms. You need to defend yourself, your reputation and your rights. We are experienced with embezzlement cases involving:

  • Non-profit organizations
  • Trustees
  • Business owners and employees
  • Large corporations
  • Skimming money
  • Missing credit cards
  • Employee fraud

You Have the Right to a Defense. You Have the Right to Move Forward.

At times people become involved in criminal activity without thinking through the consequences. Other times it is an intentional choice from being in a desperate financial condition and the person believes the money can be repaid before anyone realizes it is missing. There may not be a legal excuse for committing a crime, but you deserve a thoughtful defense that allows you to move forward after making a mistake. I will help you with your case to minimize penalties and protect your reputation.

For more information or to discuss your criminal defense needs, contact me today at my Fort Collins, Colorado, law office. Call 970-829-1221 now to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION with a Larimer County employee theft lawyer.

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