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Federal White Collar Crimes Defense Lawyer in L.A. County

Level the Playing Field and Fight Federal Charges with a Former U.S. Prosecutor

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If you are under investigation or have been charged with a federal white collar crime, you will be going up against federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office and/or Department of Justice. If you are in this situation, you should strongly consider retaining a proven white collar defense attorney who is skilled and experienced in dealing with federal criminal cases. Federal prosecutions are known to be present unique challenges and they can result in lengthy incarceration, fines, and other unfavorable consequences.

Anand Law Group was founded by a former prosecutor from the Major Frauds Section of the United States Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles. Now, Mr. Anand uses his experience to provide high quality while collar defense services in L.A. County. Having spent several years in the Department of Justice, Mr. Anand knows what the government needs to do to obtain a conviction and what the defense can do to dissect and challenge its evidence. Federal criminal charges are extremely serious and you should only hire a lawyer you feel comfortable with.

Contact us at (800) 606-8608 to speak with our attorney in a free, no-obligation consultation.

Our Experience with Federal Crimes in California

While fraud is one of the most well-known federal white collar crimes, there are several other offenses that the federal government will prosecute aggressively. According to the FBI, the U.S. government loses hundreds of billion dollars a year to white collar crimes, which is why an entire section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles is dedicated to prosecuting these types of crimes.

Examples of white collar crime include:

  • Conspiracy
  • False Statements
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Money Laundering
  • Identity Theft
  • Stock Manipulation or Insider Trading
  • Pump and Dump Schemes
  • Late Trading
  • Churning
  • Computer Crimes
  • Political Corruption
  • Bribery
  • Theft of Trade Secrets
  • SEC Violations

Our founding attorney has experience litigating these kinds of cases as both a prosecutor and defense counsel. Whether you are accused of being the mastermind in one of these schemes, or even if you have just been caught up in one of these cases, we know how to anticipate the strategies and investigative steps the prosecution will most likely use against you.

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Our white collar federal criminal defense attorney is located in Pasadena, but we represent clients throughout L.A. County. When you retain our firm’s services, you will have an advocate who can put you on even ground with the prosecution, a vital asset when your opponent is the U.S. government.

Contact us today to speak with our federal white collar crime lawyer about your case.

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  1. Led by an attorney with nearly 20 years of professional experience with proven results in defending criminal cases and litigating civil matters.
  2. We aggressively and passionately advocate for clients to protect their legal rights.
  3. Harv Anand is a Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorney.
  4. Mr. Anand is a Top 100 Trial Lawyer and Former Federal Prosecutor with extensive experience litigating complicated white collar cases.
  5. Mr. Anand also is a former CPA specializing in cases involving financial and accounting issues.
  6. Anand Law Group strives to provide every client with big firm quality combined with small firm personalized service.
  7. We strive to provide top-notch legal services at reasonable rates.
  8. We provide a free initial case assessment.
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