All law enforcement and administrative agencies.
White collar crimes are typically financial-related crimes such as conspiracy, fraud, health care violations, stock fraud, tax crimes, insurance fraud, etc. There are literally hundreds of Federal agencies and police and sheriff departments that have the authority and jurisdiction to investigate business and financial crimes.
Often, an administrative agency will initially investigate a matter and if they believe that a crime has been committed, will refer the matter to a law enforcement agency or to a United States Attorney’s office, District Attorney or State Attorney’s office.
If you are being investigated by ANY state or Federal agency, call us immediately and before you talk with them or reply to their letter of inquiry. Having an experienced criminal defense lawyer representing you makes all the difference. The goal: keep the inquiry from becoming a criminal case.