Menu

Recovering Your Reputation


About Me

Recovering Your Reputation

While in college, I earned a graduate degree in accounting. After obtaining my degree, I taught accounting at my alma mater for five years. During my teaching stint, my college introduced a degree program in forensic accounting. This branch of accounting utterly amazed me. I was surprised at the vast the number of people who are charged with crimes each year relating to accounting transactions. Have you recently been charged with a serious accounting crime? To clear your reputation, you should definitely consider hiring a reputable, experienced criminal attorney. On this blog, you will discover the most successful defenses criminal attorneys use to clear a client charged with accounting crimes.

Latest Posts

Arrested And Charged With DWI? Seek Professional Guidance For Your Troubling Legal Situation
10 June 2018

Getting arrested for a DWI is nothing to take ligh

Facing A DUI? Know About The Possible Consequences
19 March 2018

Going through the judicial process of being accuse

What To Do If Your Spouse Is Arrested For Domestic Violence
24 January 2018

It happens too often: neighbors hear a couple argu

Avoid These DUI Decision Errors
11 December 2017

Most people enjoy a cocktail or a beer after a lon

Three Misconceptions To Be Aware Of If You Have Been Charged With A Crime
12 October 2017

With the popularity of crime TV, almost everyone t

Archive

Tags

Arrested And Charged With DWI? Seek Professional Guidance For Your Troubling Legal Situation

Getting arrested for a DWI is nothing to take lightly. It's something that could put quite a stain on your reputation while causing numerous problems for you in the future. In fact, some people who get arrested and charged with driving while impaired end up paying costly fees and can even have their licenses suspended. If the thought of getting your license suspended is quite upsetting because you need to have a license for your job, you're going to need to see a DWI attorney. Read More 

Facing A DUI? Know About The Possible Consequences

Going through the judicial process of being accused of driving under the influence is never pleasant. Not only is the whole experience quite humiliating, but there are consequences you can potentially face when a judgment is decided on. Be aware of what those potential consequences can be for a DUI. Non-Legal Consequences There are a lot of big and little things that can happen due to a DUI conviction. Expect your car insurance premiums to go up quite a bit, or potentially have your insurance provider cancel the policy. Read More 

What To Do If Your Spouse Is Arrested For Domestic Violence

It happens too often: neighbors hear a couple arguing, call the police, and the police take someone to jail. Maybe one spouse even encouraged the arrest in the heat of the moment. But when things cool down, one spouse rarely wants the other to receive a criminal conviction. Is there anything that spouse can do? Here are a few things that a domestic violence attorney may want you to know. Read More 

Avoid These DUI Decision Errors

Most people enjoy a cocktail or a beer after a long week. However, responsible adults know that they can enjoy those drinks without involving a vehicle in their activities. DUI charges can affect your life for many months and in some cases years. A DUI charge can affect your driving record, your insurance premium, and your job. Therefore, making the decision errors below should be avoided at all costs: 1-Deciding to Drive Read More 

Three Misconceptions To Be Aware Of If You Have Been Charged With A Crime

With the popularity of crime TV, almost everyone thinks they know something about the criminal justice system and what happens when you are charged with a crime. But a lot of what you see portrayed on TV and hear discussed among peers may not be true. If you have been charged with a crime, make sure you are aware that the following statements are actually misconceptions. Misconception: If they did not read you your rights when arrested, your case will be dismissed. Read More