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Corporate Crime in NSW

Criminal Lawyers in Newcastle & Central Coast

Have you been charged with a corporate crime?

We are a team of criminal lawyers who can assist you with matters related to corporate crime (commonly referred to as "white collar crimes") and we've got the experience and expertise necessary to ensure you receive the best possible outcome.

We regularly advise directors, companies, business owners and officers who are involved in external investigations and prosecutions, related to corporate crime, brought by Commonwealth and stage agencies.

We've been defending the people of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Central Coast and the Hunter region since 1969 and have helped our clients achieve better outcomes in thousands of corporate crime matters.

We are used to dealing with the Police, and know all the 'ins and outs' of the Courts and Justice system. Scroll down below for more information or give Matt Carney or Allysha Merrett a call right now on 1800 994 279.

Corporate Crimes

  1. Fraud / Cyber Fraud
  2. Bribery
  3. Insider Trading
  4. Money Laundering
  5. Identity Crime (Identity Theft & Identity Fraud)
  6. Tax Fraud
  7. Environmental Offences (Environmental Crime)
  8. Bankruptcy Offences
  9. Misappropriation of Assets & Funds

Matthew Carney - Corporate Criminal Lawyer in NSW

 


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How can we help you?

Corporate Crime in NSW Help

1. Initial Consultation Call (ICC)

We can arrange for you to have a 20 minute scheduled initial consultation with one of our Corporate Criminal Lawyers so you can get some direction on how to best deal with your situation.

During the consultation you'll be able to explain your circumstances, and discuss the merit of any defence you may have and how your corporate crime matter will likely proceed - including time frames.

Corporate Crime Offence in Court in NSW2. Go to Court

We can represent you when your corporate crime matter goes to Court. We'll explain everything in 'Plain English' so you can make informed decisions about how you'd like proceed. We'll keep you informed of your matter's progress, every step of the way. The costs associated with going to Court will depend on the individual circumstances of your matter. Call our Criminal Team to discuss these in more detail: 1800 994 279

Alternatively, if you would prefer to represent yourself in Court and would like some advice on the most effective way to do this, given your individual circumstances, we will arrange a 30 minute scheduled consultation with one of our experienced Corporate Criminal Lawyers to discuss the best strategy for you to adopt once the matter goes to Court.

 

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