Your Defense Starts Now -- Call Our Financial Crimes Defense Attorney in Connecticut
Financial crimes defense is a highly technical area which typically entails criminal violations of Connecticut state law, the United States Code, or the Internal Revenue Code. The consequences of a misdemeanor or felony conviction for such crimes are devastating -- they may potentially include large fines, lengthy prison time, the ability to become employed in a certain profession, and a permanent criminal record.
Help is here. Attorney Roderick D. Woods has achieved exceptional results in the defense of clients charged with financial crimes, including:
- United States of America v. Torres (3:15-cr-00216 JCH): Client, over the course of a six-year period, failed to file federal income tax returns, structured bank deposits, and did not report $1.27 million dollars of income to the IRS. Client was charged in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut with felony attempted tax evasion and was facing a statutory maximum of five years in prison along with a $250,000 fine. Attorney Woods successfully argued for a non-Guidelines sentence and client received a sentence of three months in prison and no fine.
State of Connecticut v. S. S.: Client failed, for a number of years, to remit approximately $17,000 of sales tax to the State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Services. Client was charged with four misdemeanor counts of failure to remit sales tax and was facing a maximum of four years in prison, as well as a sizeable fine. Attorney Woods aggressively contested the charges, and was able to negotiate a nolle prosequi (dismissal under Connecticut law) of all four misdemeanor charges.
We can utilize our experience in attaining stellar results for clients to help protect you from serious penalties. If you have been charged with, or are being investigated for, a financial crime, it is imperative to immediately retain legal representation. The Woods Law Firm, LLC, defends persons accused of financial crimes in all state and federal courts in Connecticut. Attorney Woods will advise you during this turbulent time as to the most advantageous route to take, tailored to your situation. The first step to protecting your rights and learning about your options is to contact a skilled financial crimes defense attorney.
Common financial crime offenses include:
- Federal tax evasion
- State tax evasion
- Writing bad checks
- Failure to file an income tax return
- Structuring bank transactions to avoid the filing of a Currency Transaction Report
- Money laundering
The Woods Law Firm, LLC, passionately and unequivocally defends your rights. When your freedom is on the line, The Woods Law Firm, LLC, will vigorously advocate for you.
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