White-Collar Crime Defense Attorneys

White collar crime cases are extremely complex and can include a broad range of financial or theft-related charges. Sometimes they involve an intricate web of allegations and volumes of documentary evidence. Whether the case is simple or complex, the charges can pose significant consequences, requiring solid defense strategies from the outset.

Level The Playing Field With Proven Experience On Your Side

At the Law Office of Robert S. Toale in New Orleans, my white-collar crimes defense lawyers have devoted their entire careers to protecting the rights of the accused. We provide seasoned guidance in navigating state or federal charges.

I have tried hundreds of cases and resolved hundreds more through skillful negotiation. I have represented high-profile clients in cases that involved intense media scrutiny and make it my priority to pursue strong strategies for success in both the courtroom and in the court of public opinion. I have worked hard to earn a respected reputation.

I know that allegations of white-collar crimes can impact your reputation, career and future. I will be your advocate by applying decades of experience and extensive legal knowledge to protect your rights.

Protecting Your Freedoms And Future

I represent employees, supervisors, managers, executives, and others facing any type of white-collar crime charge in state or federal court, including:

It is crucial to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible with any type of white-collar crime. Whether you are currently under investigation or you have already been charged, contact us to discuss your situation during a confidential consultation.

Call Our Office Anytime, Day Or Night

Protect your reputation, career and future. Call 504-368-8440 to get answers and learn more about how we can help. Our phones are answered 24/7. Based in Gretna, we represent clients throughout Southern Louisiana.

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