White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer in Chicago

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When you are being investigated for a white collar crime, the stakes are very high. Not only can a conviction result in criminal penalties, even the investigation can destroy professional reputations. People are understandably very nervous when they contact a lawyer. They want to hear the best news: that they have nothing to worry about.

The best service a lawyer can offer in white collar criminal cases, however, is to take their cases seriously, talk to them candidly and give them an honest evaluation of where they stand. Chicago white collar crime attorney Nishay K. Sanan knows how important it is to talk openly with clients about what they are facing so they can have essential input into their criminal defense strategy.

If you are the target of an Illinois federal white collar crime investigation or if you have been indicted, getting the help of a well-qualified attorney is critical. The resources available to the prosecution are extensive. The power of the federal government can be life-changing. Talk with an attorney who will make sure that your constitutional rights are protected.

A criminal defense attorney for more than 15 years, Mr. Sanan has extensive knowledge of criminal procedure and substantive criminal law. In addition to being a lawyer, he has an accounting background with an emphasis on tax, which informs his understanding of financial and white collar crime and the underlying facts. He represents clients facing accusations of:

Nishay Sanan will work with you to develop a strategy for a successful defense in charges of financial or white collar crime. He is well-qualified to understand complex financial analysis related to any investigation or indictment.

Contact Nishay K. Sanan, Esq., through this website or by calling 312-692-0360 or toll free at 888-335-6504 to schedule a confidential consultation about the best approach to your case.

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