Defense Lawyer for White-Collar Crimes

in West Virginia

Charges Require a Strong Defense Attorney from Stroebel & Stroebel

Federal charges for white-collar crimes mean you need a strong defense lawyer. The attorneys at Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC, offer residents of the Charleston area outstanding criminal defense services. Our lawyer meets with you to go over your specific charges and the circumstances of your matter. Call Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC, at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, to schedule a free consultation, or contact us online for an appointment to review your white-collar crime matter with our lawyer.

  • Bribery and Honest Service Fraud
  • Computer Crimes
  • Environmental Crimes
  • FCPA Investigations
  • Federal Mail & Wire Fraud
  • Federal Money Laundering
  • Firearm Offenses
  • Forfeiture and Seizure of Property
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Tax Crimes

Federal White-Collar Crimes Defended in West Virginia

If you are the subject of a state or federal investigation, you definitely need the representation of a strong defense attorney who is skilled in the ways of these higher courts and has the experience of knowing the ins and outs of federal prosecution. The attorneys at Stroebel & Stroebel have these abilities and have successfully defended people in West Virginia facing federal and state charges.

Call Us First for Cyber Crime, Tax Evasion, and Firearm Offenses

Being charged with a federal offense usually comes at the end of a lengthy investigative process. Federal attorneys have the resources to spend months gathering evidence, having you or other witnesses testify before a grand jury, and working with other professional agencies to make sure their charges stick. Their extensive efforts often lead to high conviction rates, very prohibitive jail sentences, and hefty fines.

Attorneys Paul M. Stroebel, in Charleston, and R. Brandon Johnson, both have previous experience working in the U.S. Attorney’s Office at the federal level. Along with Paul E. Stroebel, they know the importance of having strong representation and extend this expertise to their clients. Do not face charges from the federal prosecutors or the federal agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) alone. You need a competent and compassionate attorney by your side in order to get the most favorable outcome.