White Collar Crimes
White collar crime is a broad category that can be difficult to define. These charges of dishonesty, theft or illegal commercial practices are often preceded by long, complex investigations and require the skill of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
At Dusek Law based in East Grand Forks, North Dakota, we represent clients throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, providing aggressive advocacy from the moment an investigation begins. Our proactive approach of preparing every case for trial allows us to anticipate opposing arguments and craft effective defense strategies for clients.
We Handle Internet Fraud, Identity Theft And Embezzlement
With more than 20 years of experience, attorney David Dusek has the in-depth legal knowledge and finely honed litigation skill necessary to defend clients facing even the most serious white collar crime charges, including:
- Bankruptcy and mortgage fraud
- Health care and insurance fraud
- Identity theft
- Internet fraud
- Investment and securities fraud
- Mail and wire fraud
- Money laundering
- Pyramid schemes
Our staff works closely with clients to build effective representation plans that serve their best interests. We diligently analyze and attack every element of the prosecution’s case, so that our clients can feel confident that everything is being done to obtain the best possible outcome.
Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day
We are available by telephone any time, day or night. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. We accept credit cards and offer payment plans for select cases.
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