Fraud, Financial and Securities Crimes Defense
After the recent financial crisis in our country, the government has taken a renewed interest in identifying and prosecuting those accused of fraud and securities crimes. The Securities and Exchange Commission and the FBI are working closely with federal attorneys in these matters, often building their cases for years before filing charges.
Federal financial crimes are highly complex and involve intricate financial regulations and reporting requirements. In order to present the best defense possible, those accused of financial crimes need to retain a highly criminal prosecutor with a strong financial background.
Experienced White Collar Crime Defense
At Terrence A. Grady & Associates Co., L.P.A., we provide high-caliber defense for a range of federal white collar crimes, including:
- Securities crimes
- Stock fraud
- Investment fraud
- Insider trading
- Financial crimes
- Structuring crimes
- Mortgage fraud
- Health care fraud
- Money laundering
- Wire fraud and bank fraud
Our client based is diverse and includes brokers, financial advisors, hedge fund managers, financial officers, doctors, property buyers, attorneys, CPAs, real estate professionals and a range of other individuals. Attorney Terence Grady leads our financial crimes defense practice. Mr. Grady has a strong financial background. With more than 30 years of legal experience in taxation, numerous and various businesses and business transactional work, and a wide array of white collar criminal defense matters, he also understands how to analyze complex financial documents, where to look for evidence to support your position and how to damage the credibility of the prosecution’s evidence against you.
Contact Our Columbus Attorneys for Fraud, Financial and Securities Crimes Defense
If you are being investigated or have been charged with a fraud or securities crime, do not talk to investigators. Your first step should be to call a lawyer. Contact our Ohio law firm for an initial review of your legal position and learn how we can help going forward.