Arrested for a state or federal white collar crime? You need a white collar crime attorney to help fight the charges against you.
Hoeller McLaughlin PLLC offers experienced white collar crime lawyers with the right background to successfully defend your case. Our white collar crimes attorneys are all former prosecutors who have combined for over 200 criminal jury trials. Managing partner Bryan Hoeller is a Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2018 and 2019 by Thomson Reuters and was named by his peers in Fort Worth Magazine as a Top Criminal Defense Attorney in Fort Worth for 2018. He also has an accounting degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Partner Colin McLaughlin is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is a former felony prosecutor in Tarrant and Harris County. This combination of background & experience helps provide clients with a tailored and strategic defense in fighting their State or Federal white collar crime allegations.
WHAT WE OFFER IN YOUR WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE:
EXTENSIVE TRIAL EXPERIENCE – OVER 200 COMBINED JURY TRIALS
Our firm has extensive trial experience in criminal defense. Our state and federal Fort Worth white collar crime lawyers have tried over 200 criminal trials, including jury trials for theft, drug possession charges, gun and weapons charges, and capital murder. In addition, we have reviewed and successfully negotiated hundreds of white collar criminal charges.
FORMER PROSECUTORS IN TARRANT, DALLAS, AND HARRIS COUNTY
All of our firms attorneys are former prosecutors in Tarrant County. White Collar attorney Bryan Hoeller also worked in Dallas County as a prosecutor and Colin McLaughlin worked in Harris County. With that background in prosecution, our white collar crime attorneys know how the government will attempt to prosecute you on your white collar criminal charges.
SUPERIOR BACKGROUND, EDUCATION, & TRAINING
Our white collar crime lawyer Bryan Hoeller has a background and degree in business accounting from one of the top accounting schools in the country (McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin). This background separates our firm from many other criminal lawyers. In addition, our lawyers know the inside and out of each and every aspect of a police investigation and prosecution, including criminal laws, proper police procedure, and knowing exactly how the U.S. Government plans to introduce evidence into trial. Partner Colin McLaughlin is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE | STATE & FEDERAL
Arrested or accused of a state or federal white collar crime in Tarrant County or in the Northern District of Texas (Fort Worth or Dallas)? Being accused or arrested for a white collar crime is a serious matter and you need one of the best Fort Worth white collar crime attorneys in Tarrant County to help in your defense.
Fort Worth criminal lawyer and managing partner Bryan Hoeller is a former prosecutor in Tarrant and Dallas County with extensive trial experience in criminal law (He has 75 criminal jury trials, from theft to capital murder). He graduated law school from the University of Texas School of Law and also received his business accounting degree from the University of Texas at Austin, one of the top accounting schools in the country. This combination of education and experience, as well as Bryan’s meticulous attention to detail, has given our firm a great reputation for success in white collar criminal defense.
Partner Colin McLaughlin is also a former prosecutor in Tarrant County and is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has tried over 40 felony jury trials and previously clerked with the Court of Criminal Appeals, the State’s highest criminal court.
FEDERAL & STATE WHITE COLLAR CRIMES WE DEFEND:
- Accounting Scandals
- Bank Fraud
- Mail & Wire Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Organized Crime
- Theft Charges
- Mortgage Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Securities Fraud
- Public Corruption
- Health Care Fraud
- Racketeering & RICO Allegations
- Criminal Anti-Trust
- Price-Fixing Schemes
OUR STRATEGY IN FIGHTING YOUR WHITE COLLAR CRIME:
Our strategy is simple: Be 100% committed to holding the State of Texas (in State charges) or the Federal Government (in Federal charges) to the highest burden of proof in any area of law – Beyond a Reasonable Doubt. Just because you have been accused of a crime, it doesn’t mean that you are guilty. Here is some insight on how we defend your case:
- Meticulous Case Review & Investigation: The first part of the our defense starts with a thorough evaluation and investigation into the criminal allegation (Fraud, Money Laundering, Conspiracy). Does the Government have a strong or a weak case? Was the investigation done correctly? Are there witnesses?
- Expert Analysis: If necessary, our strategy also involves getting the best investigators and experts throughout the Country to aid in your defense (Forensic Accountants, Former Police Officers, Detectives, FBI Agents, Etc.)
- Mitigation & Negotiation: Our goal is to always look out for our clients future, so part of our representation includes putting our clients in the most positive light. In addition, there are times when a strategic negotiation can result in a great outcome for our clients.
If you need help or have been charged with a white collar crime in Fort Worth, call an experienced Fort Worth White Collar Crime Attorney today for a free confidential consultation – 877-208-3382.
FEDERAL TARGET LETTER
If you have a received a target letter regarding a white collar crime (fraud, money laundering, conspiracy) from an Assistant United States Attorney, then you need to contact our experienced federal white collar crime criminal lawyers as soon as possible. A target letter can mean a number of different things and it’s important that you have an experienced federal attorney to help guide you through the process and make sure that your rights are not being violated. If you have received one of these letters, contact our office today so we can start helping you out.