When it comes to understanding the implications of white collar crime, Southworth and Stamman, LLC, has the answers you need. Our lawyers are former prosecutors who now work to defend the rights, reputation, and freedom of our clients. Integrity is the foundation of our operation. We diligently serve and protect the accused from various penalties associated with white collar crime.
In the Wisconsin Dells, white collar crime spans a wide range of offenses. Our attorneys have experience with criminal defense in multiple counties of Wisconsin, including Adams, Columbia, Juneau, and Sauk County. Generally speaking, a white collar crime is classified as a non-violent offense typically committed for financial gain, either of money or assets. Punishment for those accused of white collar crime runs the gamut from fines to house arrest to long-term incarceration. At Southworth and Stamman, LLC, we research client cases extensively in order to prepare our team for virtually every possible scenario.
Specifically, our firm focuses a vast majority of energy on criminal defense for those accused of fraud, embezzlement, forgery, and money laundering in Wisconsin. Within these categories, our attorneys are experts on multiple subcategories and associated topics. Research is key to success, and we have the experience and investigative resources to unearth complex details of white collar crime. We will work aggressively on your behalf to achieve the best possible result. Protect your reputation. Make the choice to contact us today. Let’s discuss the best defense strategy for your freedom and future.
Scott Southworth and Phillip Stamman both started their careers working for the prosecution in Juneau County, Wisconsin. Having started on the side of the prosecution, both Southworth and Stamman know the steps that are taken to convict in the State of Wisconsin. Today, these same attorneys are working on protecting your rights and freedom, by defending the accused.
For the past several years, Southworth and Stamman have tailored their practice to defend clients facing criminal charges such as drug crimes and white collar crimes, as well as those dealing with immigration issues and estate planning. Our practice currently defends and assists clients in Juneau, Sauk, Columbia, Adams, Marquette, and Waushara Counties in Wisconsin.
Contacting Southworth and Stamman after you’re accused of a crime or need our help with an estate or immigration can guarantee your side of the story is heard and advocated. With experience and trust propelling their firm, you can have peace of mind in knowing your best interest will always be in mind and at the forefront in our defense of you.
If you have any questions that have not been answered please feel free to contact us for a free consultation. There is no harm in doing your homework when it comes to choosing the person that is going to represent you in a court of law, whether it be for a crime, immigration, or protecting your estate.
In Adams County, Wisconsin, a white collar crime is any nonviolent crime committed by any business or government professional. White collar crimes include fraud, embezzlement, forgery, or money laundering and being accused can be detrimental to your reputation and career.
Southworth and Stamman have the experience and know-how to defend you and your reputation before or after being formally accused of the supposed crime. The first step in defending and protecting your rights is talking to one of our lawyers. As former prosecutors, we know how to navigate through the Wisconsin legal system and will work on your behalf towards the best possible outcome for your individual case. Talking to a law enforcement officer before consulting a lawyer, can result in an admission of guilt as anything you say can be used against you. Having the guidance and support of a trusted and skilled defense attorney can help you make the right choices.
Once you’ve spoken with one of our defense representatives, we can begin building a case around the facts and unveiling, often times, a lengthy paper trail that can help prove your innocence. Being upfront and forthcoming with the facts can help ease the burden of being accused.
We, at Southworth and Stamman, have been defending the citizens of Wisconsin against accusations brought against them and protecting their rights. If you have been or feel are going to have charges brought against you, don’t hesitate and call today. Being prepared for what lies ahead can give you an advantage when dealing with state prosecutors.
In the state of Wisconsin, a domestic violence accusation is a serious claim. A conviction in Waushara County could have implications on your right to own a firearm, custody placement, and possible jail sentence. As with any accusation, you are innocent until proven guilty and having Southworth and Stamman and their experience defending you, could mean the difference between going home and jail time.
If the police are called to a situation regarding domestic violence, whether it is between spouses, dating partner, a child, or a close relation an arrest will almost always be made. In the heat of the moment, you may feel inclined to defend yourself and try to explain the situation, but as professionals, we would advise you to remain silent and wait until after you have spoken with an attorney before talking to the police.
The decisions and steps you take immediately following an arrest or abuse accusation can mean the difference between a conviction and freedom. Contacting Southworth and Stamman will ensure the courts will hear your side of the story and are assumed innocent until proven guilty. We want you to know that we will not give up on you and we will not go down without fighting for your rights. With our extensive knowledge of Wisconsin law, we promise to defend your reputation, rights, and freedom.
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