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A Firm That Understands The Complexities Of White Collar Crimes

White collar crimes are complex matters with many variables. Often individuals are charged for committing an honest mistake. The penalties for these crimes can be serious, though. To protect yourself from jail time, you need a lawyer who understands the complexities of these cases and can build an effective defense.

If you have been accused of a white collar crime, it is important that you have representation you know understands the charges against you and the best possible way of defending you. Call Charles L. Truncale, P.A., of Jacksonville, Florida, today at 904-469-0653.

Attorney Charles L. Truncale is dedicated to fighting to ensure that your rights are protected and your side of the story is presented to the jury. Having served as a federal and state prosecutor for 23 years, he understands how these cases are charged and tried by the government. Based on the facts and evidence of your case, he will create defenses that undermine the government’s case against you and show the weaknesses in their case to a jury.

Experienced White Collar Crime Defense On Your Side

He has represented clients in all forms of white collar crimes and fraud. He also represents individuals facing federal conspiracy charges. These charges are simply a tool used by the government to prosecute individuals when they cannot build a solid case against two or more individuals for a crime. They must simply show that the parties planned to commit a crime.

The penalties are serious, and you need a lawyer who understands how to strategically defend against them, countering the government’s case. Mr. Truncale is equipped with more than 30 years in criminal law and the experience with conspiracy cases needed to protect your future.

Schedule A Free Consultation

Your defense begins with a free consultation in which the firm will review the facts of your case and recommend and effective course of action. Call 904-469-0653 or use the contact form on this website to schedule a meeting.