Non-violent criminal charges are often referred to as “white collar crimes”. White collar crimes are typically committed by individuals in business or government that are stealing company or public funds. Because these cases can be so complex and involve forensic accounting evidence, it is important that you have a lawyer with experience in white collar crimes fighting for your rights and defending you.

If you are accused of stealing funds from your employer, committing bank or check fraud, or evading taxes, your career and reputation may be at stake. Roberts Law Office will guide you through the process using technical expertise and will provide a strong legal defense against various white-collar crime charges. Some cases Roberts Law Office has handled include:

  • various types of fraud, white collar crimeincluding securities, bank, check, and credit card fraud
  • embezzlement
  • tax evasion
  • money laundering
  • employee theft

We will begin with a comprehensive review of the facts surrounding you case and then develop a strong legal defense to fight for your rights. We have forensic experts that will be part of our team if needed to help build your defense. Any criminal accusation can have a negative impact on your professional and personal reputations. It is important to have an experienced lawyer that will fight for you.

Please contact us at or give us a call at 919-782-8115 to set up a free consultation.

The information contained in this site is not intended to be legal advice. You should consult a lawyer for advice regarding your specific matter.

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    Edd K. Roberts III is a board certified criminal defense attorney in Raleigh that specializes in criminal law. As a former prosecutor for Wake County, he knows what it takes to defend you against all kinds of criminal charges ranging from a misdemeanor DWI to a serious felony such as Homicide.

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