Experienced White Collar Crime Defense Lawyer

The United States Department of Justice defines white collar criminal activity as "nonviolent illegal activity, which principally involves traditional notions of deceit, deception, concealment, manipulation, breach of trust, subterfuge or illegal circumvention."

White collar charges are aggressively prosecuted felony offenses that can result in years or decades of prison time and completely destroy a professional life. If you or a loved one has been charged with one of these offenses, a lawyer who has complex criminal litigation skills is an indispensable asset. I am white collar crime defense attorney Mark Perez, and I have successfully represented many clients in Dallas, Texas, and the surrounding areas.

For Aggressive Defense, Choose A Former Prosecutor

Because I practice criminal law exclusively, and worked as a Dallas County district attorney specializing in white collar cases, I have a comprehensive understanding of how prosecutors and judges approach these cases. I am committed to bringing nearly a quarter century of work on these cases to aggressively defend you. When clients partner with me, I am prepared to scour all documentation to look for any weakness or exculpatory evidence that I can use to either mitigate consequences or work toward an outright dismissal.

Defending You Against All White Collar Crime Charges

I have arrived at substantial success for clients in cases involving:

  • Fraud, including mortgage, bank and wire fraud, insurance fraud and health care fraud
  • Embezzlement and misappropriation of fiduciary property
  • Forgery, counterfeiting, and securing execution of documents by deception
  • Extortion, blackmail and bribery
  • Arson and vandalism, including complex cases involving attempted fraud or bodily damage
  • Larceny or theft, which are entirely nonviolent may also be considered white collar crime

I will fight hard to protect your rights, and ensure you understand your available options at every step in the process. I will take the time to get to know you, and will ensure that we pursue the goals that matter most to you and address your unique concerns.

Don't Settle For Less Than The Best

Because of the severity and investigation-intense nature of these cases, it is critical to begin defending and preparing for trial as soon as possible so I encourage you to reach out today.

To discuss your white collar crime charges in a free initial consultation, call Mark A. Perez, P.C., at 214-646-1557 or send me an email.