White Collar Crimes

Federal White Collar Crime Defense

The Georgia Federal Criminal Defense Attorney at Strom Law Firm, LLC is well equipped to defend personal and business interests in white collar criminal matters and regulatory violations.

The FBI refers to white collar crimes as “those illegal acts that are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust, and which are not dependent on the application or threat of physical force or violence. Individuals and organizations commit these acts to obtain money, property or services; or to secure personal or business advantage.” White collar crime is common and many people accused of white collar crime have no prior experience with the judicial system.

As government regulation of business and industry increases, developing measures that comply with the law becomes more important and more difficult. Recent government initiatives expose business interests to further scrutiny by creating incentives for whistleblower complaints.

Charges of this nature are severely damaging, both personally and professionally.

As a result, your case will be handled with the greatest discretion and every viable strategy will be explored to ensure a favorable outcome. Special matters cases allow Strom Law Firm, LLC to maximize our negotiation skills and knowledge of the system.

While every attempt will be made to resolve your situation outside a public courtroom, we will not hesitate to fight for your rights in court if negotiations do not yield a resolution that meets your approval.

Strom Law Firm’s extensive white-collar criminal practice involves the representation of defendants and witnesses in federal and state investigations, trials and appeals. White-collar clients include politicians, business professionals and top executives.

The firm has developed particular skill not only in litigating criminal cases, but also in resolving them discreetly, and often at the very early stages of the investigation.  Pete Strom has had extensive experience in major criminal cases and investigations involving issues of securities fraud, derivatives trading, antitrust and price-fixing, mail and wire fraud, RICO, tax fraud, customer fraud and other business violations.