A criminal investigation, indictment or conviction can have a catastrophic impact on your career, reputation and family. The best way to minimize that damage is to hire an experienced federal criminal defense attorney.
As soon as you believe that you or your company is being investigated, schedule an appointment with Federal Criminal Defense attorney Nishay K. Sanan. Mr. Sanan helps clients develop plans for quick action in the face of Illinois, United States or federal criminal charges and appeals across the country.
Attorney Sanan handles a wide range of Illinois, United States and federal criminal charges with a focus on white collar and financial crimes such as mail and wire fraud, money laundering, Internet crimes, securities fraud, health care fraud, tax fraud and public corruption charges. He consults with experts and uses support staff to accommodate even the most document-heavy cases. He uses his in-depth knowledge of accounting, tax, and criminal law and procedure to build a strong defense while working closely with clients to protect their rights.
When you are facing a government investigation, the smartest strategy is to get an attorney involved as soon as possible. The government does not wait until you are charged to begin building a case against you that can destroy your professional or personal reputation. Whether you are facing charges of business fraud a federal sex crime offense or are accused of racketeering, you need to protect your rights.
Nishay K. Sanan, Esq., has over 20 years of experience as a criminal defense lawyer. With a background in accounting — with an emphasis on tax — he has handled many high-level, complex white collar criminal cases in state and federal courts.
Contact Federal Criminal Defense attorney, Nishay Sanan, now about the best approach to protecting your rights, your family, your career and your freedom. Call 312-386-7091 or toll free at 888-335-6504 to schedule a confidential consultation. There is no charge for an initial consultation, but potential out-of-town clients may be asked to pay for travel expenses if necessary.