Representation in State and Federal White Collar Crime Cases

When criminal activity is alleged to have occurred in relation to a financial transaction, in a business setting, in avoidance of taxes, or any number of regulations, the government investigation often moves quickly.  Having experienced counsel involved early is critical to guide you or your organization through the process.  If you have received a target letter, or if a business card is left by an agent executing a search warrant, reach out for help immediately.

Brandon R. Reish, Esq.

Brandon R. Reish, Esq.

Call (570) 421-2300 for assistance.


 
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Grand Juries

Federal investigations and prosecutions rely upon grand juries, and if you receive a subpoena to appear before one in relation to a white collar case, you need to contact an attorney to guide you through the process.  There is a statewide investigating grand jury and countywide presenting grand juries that also consider these cases on the state level.  Attorney Reish has represented clients called before federal and state grand juries and is familiar with this process and with the parties involved. 


Prosecutions of Professionals

It is often difficult for professionals to stay quiet and await legal representation.  Perhaps because they feel comfortable talking with people and have often been able to explain their way out of otherwise bad situations.  When encountered by law enforcement, compliance officers, or other people looking to protect someone else's interests, whether or not to speak should be a decision made only after seeking legal counsel.

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