Falsifying Business Records
The Blanch Law Firm is a leading white collar criminal defense firm with an unparalleled record of success in representing individuals and organizations charged with falsifying business records. Our attorneys are experts in complex and often high-profile cases of financial fraud. They have skillfully dealt with every aspect of technical accounting methods and dense regulatory auditing requirements. Possessing a truly in-depth knowledge of business records production, our attorneys are adept at handling delicate negotiations with prosecutors. And they are skilled in dealing with the kind of intrusive media attention that is typically focused on clients when huge sums of money are at stake.
If further investigation reveals additional offenses, prosecutors will add charges. When this happens, you face grave consequences related to the following collateral crimes:
Falsifying a legal document
White Collar Crime
Issuing a false financial statement
Filing a false income tax return
Attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm are highly competent criminal defense practitioners. Additionally, they possess unsurpassed skills in financial matters based on in-depth knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), which form the basis of accounting and reflect federal financial standards. Our attorneys' technical ability to quickly and effectively analyze legal and business issues is top-notch.
If with intent to defraud, you created documents that claimed to describe the financial condition-past or present-of any individual or organization, knowing that those documents were materially inaccurate, you could face a charge of falsifying business records. Additionally, if you conveyed that information orally or in writing-by hard copy, electronically or in any written form whatsoever-you could face a further charge of issuing a false financial statement.
Nowadays, every major government agency in the financial sector from the IRS, the US Department of the Treasury, the United States Department of Justice to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-including law enforcement-is cracking down more than ever on white collar crime, especially when it is based on falsified business records.
You need the best possible legal defense, which The Blanch Law Firm provides based on its unparalleled financial accounting expertise within the community of Criminal Law practitioners.
If you have been charged with falsifying business records, or with any collateral charge related to financial fraud or white collar crime, seek the best criminal defense available. To discuss your legal options in a free consultation, Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling 212-736-3900