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Alexandria White Collar Crime Attorneys

Dr. Nick Oberheiden
Attorney Nick OberheidenAlexandria White Collar
Criminal Defense Team Lead
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Alexandria address – by appointment only:
2800 Eisenhower Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-952-0247

Any white-collar allegation will put your business and personal life on hold, especially when an investigation is underway. If you want to avoid long-term consequences that could have a devastating impact on your finances and family life, you need a white-collar criminal defense law firm that knows how to navigate the intricacies of federal investigations. With that knowledge, these attorneys understand how to challenge the evidence and achieve the best possible outcome for a client’s case. Oberheiden P.C. is the right law firm to handle these types of cases.

Our white-collar defense attorneys have years of unmatched legal experience, giving you a dedicated team that can handle your federal case. With experience litigating these complex cases, you will be represented by a firm that understands the federal court processes. Our senior attorneys have worked in the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, and other federal agencies. They can offer valuable insight when choosing the best defense options for your situation.

Choose Oberheiden P.C. To Represent You

We separate ourselves from other federal criminal law firms. Here are three reasons you should choose us for your white-collar defense team.

  • We only take on cases that involve federal offenses
  • Our investigators and attorneys have extensive experience in the field
  • All legal representation is handled by senior-level attorneys

The federal government has a different way of handling criminal cases than those crimes tried at the state level. When the federal government brings charges against you, it has already built a case and has often convinced a grand jury that there is probable cause to indict you. When you discover that your business or organization is the target of a federal investigation, it is important to contact an experienced white-collar criminal defense attorney immediately. If the federal government has levied charges against you, your defense is already a few steps behind.

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At our law firm, we have the resources and skills to mount the strongest possible defense against federal charges. After taking on your case, we will make contact with the prosecutors on the case to fully understand the charges and evidence against you or your organization. We work closely with you to craft a proactive defense strategy that prevents or mitigates the government’s ability to use evidence against you in court.

Our attorneys understand federal criminal and civil law. With that knowledge, we have successfully defended clients against white-collar charges. We know that a conviction’s financial consequences can devastate your business and personal life. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you are acquitted or have the charges dropped.

Senior-level attorneys, experienced law enforcement investigators, and reputable trial consultants are the ones working on your case. These individuals know the federal criminal court system. Also, they understand how the government builds cases against individuals and businesses. With that insider knowledge, we may be able to get a complete dismissal of charges or a reduced sentence.

Put our highly experienced team on your side

Dr. Nick Oberheiden
Dr. Nick Oberheiden

Founder

Attorney-at-Law

Lynette S. Byrd
Lynette S. Byrd

Former DOJ Trial Attorney

Partner

Brian J. Kuester
Brian J. Kuester

Former U.S. Attorney

Amanda Marshall
Amanda Marshall

Former U.S. Attorney

Local Counsel

Joe Brown
Joe Brown

Former U.S. Attorney

Local Counsel

John W. Sellers
John W. Sellers

Former Senior DOJ Trial Attorney

Linda Julin McNamara
Linda Julin McNamara

Federal Appeals Attorney

Aaron L. Wiley
Aaron L. Wiley

Former DOJ attorney

Local Counsel

Roger Bach
Roger Bach

Former Special Agent (DOJ)

Chris Quick
Chris J. Quick

Former Special Agent (FBI & IRS-CI)

Michael S. Koslow
Michael S. Koslow

Former Supervisory Special Agent (DOD-OIG)

Ray Yuen
Ray Yuen

Former Supervisory Special Agent (FBI)

What Types of White-Collar Cases Do We Handle?

Federal agencies will investigate businesses and individuals for various financial-based crimes. These crimes often involve misleading, false statements or actions that will advance a person’s financial interests. After an investigation, prosecutors can bring charges against corporations, individuals, and organizations if there is enough evidence. Our firm is highly experienced in defending clients against these types of charges, including the following:

Bank Fraud

Bank fraud is the crime of using fraud to gain a financial advantage over a bank. For example, if someone provides a false statement on a car or home loan application, it could be considered bank fraud. Typically, a bank fraud conviction will carry strict penalties, including hefty fines and several years in federal prison.

Embezzlement

Embezzlement is the illegal appropriation of property or funds by an individual entrusted with them. It differs from other forms of theft in that the culprit has access to the property or funds.

Forgery

One type of fraud involving falsifying a document to defraud another individual or business is called forgery. This charge can apply to any falsified statement on a legal document, such as checks, deeds, or contracts. The most common type of forgery crime is falsifying information on checks.

Healthcare Fraud

The United States has many healthcare fraud statutes. Many of these healthcare fraud violations are pursued in the civil court system. However, federal prosecutors have started to seek criminal charges against businesses or individuals accused of these offenses over the years. At Oberheiden P.C., our healthcare fraud lawyers have experience defending clients against these federal charges.

Mail and Wire Fraud

Wire and mail fraud crimes are often associated with other white-collar offenses. Mail and wire fraud charges can be brought forth by federal prosecutors if you commit fraud through the mail, over the phone, or on the internet. Federal prosecutors may add these charges to other pending criminal charges. They often do that because prosecutors believe it will increase their chances of obtaining a guilty plea from you. An experienced federal criminal defense attorney can help defend against all these charges, including those serious wire and mail fraud allegations.

Mortgage Fraud

Making false statements on an application for a federal mortgage is considered a crime and can lead to federal charges. A few of these examples include inflating income and misstating debts. Our legal team has experience representing clients against these allegations.

Securities Fraud

Securities fraud is any fraudulent action by advisors, brokers, or financial firms. In many cases, investors are the victims. An investor who suspects they have been a victim of securities fraud can contact the Securities and Exchange Commission to report the alleged misconduct. Some examples of this type of fraud include pyramid schemes, pump-and-dump schemes, inappropriate investments, and illegal offshore investing opportunities.

Oberheiden P.C. knows how to defend white-collar defendants in federal criminal proceedings. When you need an experienced team for your defense, make sure to choose a skilled law firm. We are ready to discuss your case.

Frequently Asked Questions About White-Collar Crimes

Do All Federal Convictions Lead To Prison Time?

 

Federal charges can be serious, resulting in prison time. A conviction can affect your business, personal reputation, and freedom. If you have been charged with a white-collar crime, contact Oberheiden P.C. We are a reputable and experienced federal defense law firm. Our legal team has the knowledge and skills to create a solid defense strategy for your situation. You never want to leave your case to chance. Choose the right federal white-collar law firm to handle your case.

When Is the Ideal Time To Hire a Defense Law Firm?

 

When you know of a federal investigation into your activities, you should immediately retain experienced counsel. By retaining Oberheiden P.C., our team will work tirelessly to build a solid defense against those federal charges and protect your rights throughout the process. As soon as you are aware of an investigation, you should find a reputable defense team to give them time to fight against these allegations.

Should I Work with Federal Prosecutors?

 

Plea agreements are common in federal white-collar criminal cases. The defendant usually pleads guilty to a lesser offense, and the prosecutor agrees to recommend a reduced sentence. However, it is important to remember that prosecutors have some discretion and will not always agree to a reduced sentence. A skilled federal defense attorney can help you understand your options to make the best decision for your situation.

You should never feel pressured into taking a plea bargain. At Oberheiden P.C., we are always prepared to analyze your case and determine the best possible outcome. Our legal team will examine all your options and assess the prosecutor’s case to help get a more favorable outcome in your case.

Should I Meet with a Federal Agent?

 

You should reach out to your legal team if a federal agent requests to meet with you. Contact our white-collar defense attorneys as soon as any federal agent or prosecutor reaches out to you.

How Can Oberheiden P.C. Help My Case?

 

Federal investigations are more complex than state-level cases. In many situations, federal prosecutors will spend months building a case to take before the grand jury. If you think you could be the center of a federal investigation, you will want to reach out to a federal defense white-collar defense attorney. As highly skilled federal defense lawyers, our legal team will look for any weaknesses in the government’s case, building a better defense strategy for you. With that, we may be able to obtain a favorable outcome in your case.


Schedule a Consultation with Our White-Collar Attorneys in Alexandria

If you are facing federal charges or under investigation in Alexandria, Virginia, contact the team at Oberheiden P.C. Our senior-level lawyers and investigators have years of experience working on these federal cases. They will work to build a strong defense strategy for your case. You can schedule a free initial consultation by filling out the contact form or calling 703-952-0247.

Why Clients Trust Oberheiden P.C.

  • 2,000+ Cases Won
  • Available Nights & Weekends
  • Experienced Trial Attorneys
  • Former Department of Justice Trial Attorney
  • Former Federal Prosecutors, U.S. Attorney’s Office
  • Former Agents from FBI, OIG, DEA
  • Serving Clients Nationwide
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