"If you receive a call from law enforcement asking you to meet with them or question you about your involvement in perhaps a situation involving a business or a transfer of money, any transactions involving a business setting or a bank –– it's likely you're being investigated for what we call, a white collar crime.
Now, it's critically important that you remember that if you are under investigation, or will be, or know for a fact that you are, that you have the absolute right to remain silent. This is your fifth amendment right against self-incrimination and it is one of the most important rights we have as citizens of this country."
-Attorney Patrick J. Stangl
What to do if You're Facing Fraud Charges in Wisconsin
If you or someone you know has been charged, or believes they may be charged with white collar crime in Wisconsin, it’s important to secure an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
Read the article, "White Collar Crime Defense: 4 Things You Need to Know"by Stangl Law for important information it you've been charged with fraud or another such crime in Wisconsin.
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