Mortimer Law Firm represents people and companies who come under investigation or who have been charged in White-Collar crimes. It is crucial if you are charged with a criminal issue to get in touch with a specialized Criminal Defense Attorney such as the Mortimer Law Firm.
Please call us immediately or email us at [email protected] if you are the subject of a Federal, State, or Grand Jury Investigation or received a subpoena asking to be a witness.
State of Michigan Crimes.
Bribery of Labor Official
Fraud in Insolvency
Scams Involving a Protection Interest
Fraudulent Disposition of Mortgaged Property
Deceitful Personality of Property Based on a Conditional Sales Contract
Issuing a Bad Check
Unlawful Collection Practices
Making a False Statement of Credit Terms
Lawbreaking Possession of Forgery Devices
Falsifying Business Records
Tampering with Public Records
Offering a False Certificate
Offering a False Financial Statement
Scheme to Defraud
Theft of Services
Illegal Use of a Credit Card
Criminal Possession of Stolen Property
Federal Level Crimes.
Making a False Statement to a Federal Official
Credit Card Fraud
Health Care Fraud
White-Collar Crime typically refers to an offense that does not involve the use of force or violence. Most typically, it is a term to describe criminal activities allegedly committed by business people that involve theft, fraud, or various other ways to illegally obtain finances or property. Frequently, these issues are complicated and the investigations can take more than a year’s time.
Government investigations and enforcement activities including criminal and civil infractions increase each year. The Attorney General’s Office has greatly broadened the number and scope of examinations and prosecutions involving allegedly improper company practices. In this complex area of law, having a skilled lawyer who understands the intricacies of these issues and knows the law is crucial. If you are accused of any crimes in Northern Michigan, our offices are in Traverse City, Petoskey, and Alpena, Mi. Please don’t hesitate to contact us today for a free legal consultation.