Financial Crimes

Allegations of financial crimes affect people of all walks of life. Even elected officials in the public eye and heads of major corporations are sometimes caught up in white collar crime cases such as charges of:

  • Identity (ID) theft
  • Forgery
  • Money laundering
  • Fraud associated with retirement accounts
  • Embezzlement of nonprofit organization funds
  • Embezzlement of company funds
  • Wire fraud

Whatever the circumstances, law enforcement agents and prosecutors have many legal tools to use against someone suspected of a financial crime. Sometimes these allegations are secondary to charges of drug crimes or other types of crimes. Whether your financial crime case involves stand-alone criminal charges or charges attached to some other legal matter, Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., is prepared to defend you vigorously. If we represent you, we will hold the prosecutor to the same high standard of "innocent until proven guilty" as we do with any criminal charges.

Can Your Case Be Resolved Through Direct Negotiations With An Accuser Or Through A Civil Court?

Sometimes cases involving alleged embezzlement can be settled outside the criminal justice system. We have represented clients in civil lawsuits involving supposed mismanagement of accounts. Perhaps your financial wrongdoing case is still at the rumor or suspicion stage. This is the best time to bring a lawyer onboard. If you are under scrutiny or have been charged with a financial impropriety — or have reason to believe you could come under suspicion — contact an attorney sooner rather than later.

Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., in New Haven, has a track record of success in criminal defense of all types as well as in civil litigation involving financial matters. Call or email us to schedule an initial consultation at your earliest convenience.

Our criminal defense lawyers:

Hugh F. Keefe

John J. Keefe Jr.

Charles E. Tiernan III

Richard W. Lynch