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Criminal Defense

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Tulsa Criminal Defense Lawyers

Even with all the CSI and Law & Order TV shows, it is hard to imagine the overwhelming amount of resources that the government brings to every criminal investigation. Full-time career officers, detectives, and investigators are equipped with the very finest military-grade technology, all for one purpose: to convict their target.

At the courthouse, the scales are still tipped in the government's favor. Most judges are former prosecutors. All the rules of evidence are designed to assist the prosecution of a criminal case. At trial, the prosecutor gets to go first and last, and they get to make two closing arguments.  Over time, sentences have continued to grow, and a criminal defendant who is convicted by a jury will receive extra punishment at sentencing for choosing to go to trial rather than taking a plea deal. 

All of this means that you need someone on your side who knows how to fight back with careful and strategic planning and aggressive advocacy that is dedicated to helping you overcome the system and achieve optimum results. At Bundy Law Office, you can work with just such a team.  We provide the highest level of advocacy and the strongest defense possible for our clients who are investigated or charged with any type of white-collar crime. We live and breathe trial, and we spend a large part of each week on our feet in front of judges and juries in courtrooms across Oklahoma.

White-Collar Crimes in Oklahoma

We represent anyone accused of a white-collar crime in Tulsa and across the state. These are generally nonviolent financial crimes that are committed for financial gain or benefit at the expense of alleged victims. These victims may be a single person, a family member, a group of people, or governmental agencies that provide benefits or govern other financial or monetary activities.

We are frequently called in to advise and represent clients accused of such crimes in relation to a family law matter. However, we represent anyone accused of white-collar crimes, which are often complex matters involving the need for an intensive independent investigation, frequently with the help of other experts, such as forensic accountants, IT professionals, and more. 

As seasoned trial lawyers, we are not afraid to advise and represent you in these matters. If you are contacted by a law enforcement officer, tell them you want to talk to a lawyer first, then contact us. 

Our criminal defense work includes allegations of white-collar crimes, such as:

  • Identity theft
  • Money laundering
  • Extortion
  • Medicare and other healthcare fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Bank and wire fraud
  • Insider trading
  • Internet fraud
  • Corporate fraud
  • Racketeering
  • Tax evasion
  • Embezzlement
  • Misappropriation of funds
  • Public corruption

If you are being accused of any type of white-collar crime, we can provide highly-skilled investigation, case preparation, and aggressive representation in negotiations with the prosecutor or at trial. These are commonly very complex cases that call for the services of a law firm that has the training, skills, and diligence needed to give you the best chance of a favorable outcome. Bundy Law Office is committed to excellence in its representation of clients in all cases. 

Being investigated for a white-collar crime? Charged? Contact a Tulsa criminal defense attorney at Bundy Law Office for a confidential consultation in white-collar crime cases. Call (918) 992-2142.

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