When facing allegations of unlawful behavior, the decisions a person makes could have a significant influence on the outcome of the situation. Unfortunately, the average person may lack the necessary legal knowledge to know how best to handle a similar scenario. One person in California could be in search of guidance after she was recently arrested and charged with mail theft.
Many companies may choose to give their employees the power to handle a variety of financial transactions. When monetary challenges arise, it might not be uncommon for a business to take steps to find the root of the issues and in some cases, this may leave the owners in search of someone to blame. A 46-year-old woman is now facing embezzlement charges after she was accused of stealing funds from an orthopedic practice in California.
At Ernenwein & Johnson, LLP, we understand that there are at least two sides to every story. Our clients trust us to tell their side. However, this type of trust is most effective when it is complete.
White-collar crimes can bring with them serious penalties, and if you are among those currently facing a white-collar criminal charge in California, you may have concerns about what may happen to you, should that charge lead to a conviction. At Ernenwein & Johnson, LLP, we understand that the courts may be particularly tough on offenders who commit white-collar crimes against older Americans, and we have helped many people facing these circumstances work to protect their best interests.
When people hear the word, "criminal," they often associate that person with a having a rough appearance or having led a difficult life. However, prominent business leaders in California can also be convicted of a crime if they are found to be participating in suspicious or illegal activity in the workplace.