Denver Fraud Defense Attorney
Colorado White Collar Crimes Defense Lawyer
A conviction for a white collar or economic crime can have serious consequences. These cases often involve issues with which many attorneys are not familiar.
At The Law Firm of Richard Bloch, P.C., in Denver, Colorado, we are fully prepared to defend clients accused of check fraud, mail fraud, forgery, embezzlement, identity theft, Internet crimes and other white collar crimes. Contact us to get a defense attorney with more than 30 years of criminal law experience on your side.
Experience With Complex Economic Crime Cases
At The Law Firm of Richard Bloch, P.C., we have experience defending clients accused of fraud and other white collar crimes.
Attorney Richard Bloch has organized massively complex white collar cases in preparation for a defense. He has handled several major cases where the defendants were accused of organized crime using computers for the purpose of identity theft.
We understand the charges, understand the defenses that are available against these charges, and have the experience to honestly assess the best approach to avoiding conviction or, if that is not possible, reducing the consequences.
Contact us to get an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side in your fraud, embezzlement or other white collar crime case.
Prepared for the Use of Expert Witnesses
Many white collar and economic crime charges involve highly complex issues such as financial accounting, analysis of computer records and other specialized fields of knowledge.
When the issues in a criminal trial involve matters that are beyond the understanding of the average juror, the judge may permit either side to call expert witnesses — people who did not necessarily "witness" anything in the traditional sense — to explain these issues to the jury.
We are completely familiar with the use of expert witnesses in fraud and other white collar crime cases. We know when it would be good for our clients to have an expert witness testify on their behalf, and we know how to question the experts who are put on the stand by the prosecution.