Facing White Collar Charges Without Fear

The term "white collar" is often used to describe nonviolent criminal charges relating to fraud or some form of financial scam. And despite its reputation as a high-profile, "sexy" area of law, few people actually understand what it takes to build strong white collar criminal defense.

These crimes often involve multiple state and federal laws, several players, and a wealth of information to sift through. At Otto Law, no area of law is too complicated or technical for us to take on. We dive into every case, prepared to take it all the way to trial. We find creative, bold strategies — and we don't back down. For creative, bold white collar and embezzlement defense, look no further than Otto Law.

Experienced Defense Against Financial Crimes Charges

Most white collar crime charges are some form of:

  • Tax evasion
  • Fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement

The "white collar" label also often applies to securities law violations, such as insider trading. This can be even more of a problem for newly legal businesses like marijuana production and cryptocurrency, which are being watched very closely by regulators. Numerous marijuana businesses, including Colorado's FusionPharm, have made headlines by being prosecuted for white collar crimes.

Most white collar crimes are investigated and charged by the federal government — this is no time to work with a firm afraid of going to court.

When The Stakes Are High, We're Prepared To Be Bold

Going to trial is the foundation of our practice. When we take a case, we look at the issues from every angle to find the best possible strategy and achieve the best possible result. We are not intimidated by the opposition. Our founding attorney, Otto K. Hilbert II, travels the country and litigates in more than 20 states, including appellate circuits and the United States Supreme Court. No matter how far your case needs to go, we will protect your rights every step of the way.

Start Building Your Case

If you have been charged with a financial crime, or think you may be under investigation, speak to an experienced white collar defense lawyer right away. Call Otto Law in Denver, Colorado, at 303-324-3748 to get started. You can also request an appointment online.