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Robert S. Toale Motto
  • New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney

Alleged white collar crimes threaten more than just your job

The corporate world can be a difficult place to succeed. Individuals who work for big businesses can feel pressures from their employers to produce results all while abiding by the many regulations and laws that govern what they permissibly may do. For some individuals who work in the corporate centers of Louisiana, getting results while staying on the right side of the law can be a significant challenge.

The need to accomplish corporate goals can sometimes make people questions whether it may be worth bending the rules in order to bring about a desired outcome. Even when individuals find creative ways to bring about completely legal corporate strategies, they might find themselves under the regulatory and legal microscopes of the government. Spotting fraud, money laundering and other white collar crimes can be difficult and enforcement agencies can cloud a person’s future when they lodge white collar crime allegations against innocent people and business entities.

Being convicted of committing a white collar crime can have many negative outcomes. It can lead to the loss of the individual’s corporate job. It can lead to lost time and increased stress. In many situations, people facing white collar crime charges benefit from enlisting the help of criminal defense professionals who understand the intricacies of white collar and corporate crime.

Attorney Robert S. Toale practices criminal defense and knows how difficult it can be for a person to overcome white collar crime charges. His New Orleans-based practice is open and available to new clients who are in need of his professional services in this challenging area of the law. He invites interested readers to explore his practice through its website on white collar crime and other areas of criminal law

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