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Four Traits To Look For In A White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer In Florida


The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines a white collar crime as “non-violent offenses” that typically have “a financial motive.” That is not to say that a white collar criminal case is a minor issue. Many of these crimes are felony criminal charges that carry the risk for significant prison time. You need an attorney who you can trust. Within this article, you will find an overview of four key traits to look for in a white collar criminal defense attorney in Orlando.

  1. Relevant White Collar Criminal Defense Experience 

As a starting point, an essential trait to look for is relevant experience in white-collar criminal defense. Remember, white collar criminal defense in an area of law that is extraordinarily complex. Specialized experience can make the difference. Consider a white collar defense lawyer who has experience handling similar cases.  A seasoned attorney will have a deep understanding of the legal nuances, including applicable federal law and state law, as well as the ability to navigate complex financial documents and transactions. 

  1. Tenacity (A Commitment to Justice) 

Tenacity in a lawyer translates to a relentless pursuit of justice. Your lawyer should have not only a profound understanding of the law but also the determination to vigorously defend your rights. A tenacious Orlando white collar criminal defense attorney can scrutinize every aspect of your case, proactively challenge evidence, and work tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome. A top-tier white collar criminal defense lawyer will not be deterred by challenges from prosecutors. 

  1. A Willingness to Devote Time and Resources to Your Case 

White collar criminal cases are highly fact specific. A one-size-fits-all approach is simply not going to be good enough for you and your family. Indeed, these cases require extensive investigation and preparation. It is essential that your lawyer is willing to devote significant time and resources to your case. Make sure that you retain a white collar criminal defense attorney who is willing to provide you with the personalized legal representation that you deserve.

  1. An Understanding of the Situation (Schedule a Consultation)

Finally, a quality defense begins with a lawyer who understands your specific situation. This understanding is best gauged through an initial consultation. During this meeting, assess the attorney’s ability to listen attentively, explain legal concepts in understandable terms, and show genuine concern for your case. A confidential, no obligation initial consultation is your opportunity to confirm that you have found the right white collar defense attorney.

Set Up Your Confidential Consultation WIth a White Collar Defense Lawyer Today

At The Baez Law Firm, our Orlando white collar criminal defense attorney has the professional expertise that you can rely on in even the most volatile cases. If you or your loved one was arrested and charged with any type of white collar offense, please contact us for a confidential case review. With a law office in Orlando, we defend white collar criminal charges all across Central Florida.


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