White Collar Crimes

Are You Under Investigation For Fraud Or Employee Theft?

Most people think of white collar crimes as those committed by high-profile corporate executives or Wall Street investment brokers. However, anyone with access to individual or corporate financial records could be held accountable when the books do not add up.

If you or someone you know has become the target of a financial fraud investigation or charged with a white collar crime, the Eric Thole Law Office can help. We provide sophisticated and detail-oriented criminal defense for clients throughout the St. Croix River Valley in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Defending Clients Against Complex Financial Fraud Charges: Experienced Stillwater Lawyers

Most people accused of white collar crimes do not intend or did not originally intend to commit criminal acts. Our Washington County white collar crime lawyers provide experienced, ethical and non-judgmental representation in helping clients defend their rights against white collar crimes such as:

  • Employee theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Credit card fraud
  • Bank or check fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Other financial fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Identity theft
  • Forgery
  • Petty theft

Whether retained during the investigation process or after charges have been filed, our attorneys will take immediate steps to protect your rights. While we prepare every case as though it will proceed to trial, we explore every option thoroughly to develop the most effective strategy for protecting your rights and minimizing the long-term effects on your reputation and future.

Attorney Eric Thole, our firm's founder, served Washington County for eight years as a criminal prosecutor. He knows the judges and prosecutors handling your case, and he is well regarded for his honest and dedicated criminal representation.

Contact The Eric Thole Law Office

For experienced white collar crime defense, contact us by calling 651-300-7389 today. We strive to help clients maintain their dignity and regain peace of mind during a time when neither seems certain.