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Embezzlement

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Embezzlement

Embezzlement is a serious federal crime that includes any theft or misappropriation of funds by a person in a position of trust. If you are facing these serious charges, you need an experienced federal criminal defense attorney on your side.

After you have been charged, it is important to understand your options. With an experienced and skilled embezzlement attorney on your side, you can protect your rights and mount a strong defense against the charges.

As soon as you are aware that you are under investigation, you should contact a federal embezzlement attorney. It is very important that you do not try to represent yourself or speak to investigators without an attorney present. Anything you say can be used against you in court. An attorney can help you navigate the investigation process and protect your rights.

If you are charged, you will need to appear in court for an arraignment. At the arraignment, the judge will read the charges against you and ask you to enter a plea. You should plead not guilty at this stage. Once you have entered a not guilty plea, your attorney will have an opportunity to review the evidence against you and begin building your defense.

Your attorney may be able to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed if there is insufficient evidence or if there are other legal issues with the case. If your case goes to trial, your attorney will continue to fight for your innocence and work to get the best possible outcome for you.

Understanding Embezzlement

When a senior business official misappropriates funds, they are illegally taking money that does not belong to them. This can happen in a number of ways, such as stealing company funds, making personal charges on a corporate credit card or pocketing cash from customer payments. While it may seem like a victimless crime, misappropriation of funds can have serious consequences for businesses and their employees. Not only does it lead to financial losses, but it can also damage employee morale and trust, and jeopardize the company’s reputation.

There are several measures that businesses can take to prevent misappropriation of funds by senior officials. These include conducting regular audits, implementing tight controls over financial transactions, and requiring employees to report any suspicious activity. Senior officials should also be held accountable for their actions and punished if they are found guilty of misappropriation.

While misappropriation of funds is a serious offense, it can be difficult to detect and prosecute. If you suspect that a senior official in your company is misappropriating funds, it is important to contact an experienced white collar criminal defense attorney who can investigate the matter and protect your rights.

The Law Office of Patrick McKamey Can Help

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At the Law Office of Patrick McKamey, we understand the serious nature of the charges. Patrick McKamey is a skilled federal embezzlement attorney who will work tirelessly to defend your rights. He has experience handling all types of federal criminal cases.

The Law Office of Patrick McKamey will aggressively defend your rights and work to get the best possible outcome in your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our experienced federal criminal defense team.

Call Us Today and Put Our Knowledge and Experience to Work for You!

These are some of the things we can do for you if you are accused of bank fraud. Call the Law Office of Patrick Mckamey today at 561-220-6708 and see how we can help you. Our office is located in West Palm Beach on North Flagler Drive, near the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.

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