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Denver White Collar Crime Defense Attorney

Colorado Fraud and Embezzlement Defense Lawyer

Business professionals and other individuals facing allegations of embezzlement, fraud or another white collar crime have a lot at stake. In addition to criminal penalties faced upon conviction, they may lose their job, face civil liability and suffer a damaged reputation, which can affect future employment opportunities. It is important to have an experienced attorney advocating for your rights from the onset of the case.

With over 25 years of legal experience, attorney Ronald M. Aal has acquired the skills necessary to combat such serious allegations. Contact our Denver criminal defense law office to discuss your case.

We have the experience, resources and professionalism to handle all levels of white collar crimes, representing clients in both state and federal courts.

  • Fraud (including mortgage fraud, credit card fraud, bank fraud, wire fraud)
  • Identity theft and forgery (including writing bad checks credit card theft)
  • Money laundering
  • Embezzlement and employee theft
  • Other white collar crimes

Early intervention is essential in cases involving white collar offenses. The majority of evidence is collected long before charges are filed or an arrest is made. Therefore, we recommend that you consult an experienced lawyer as soon as you become aware or suspicious of investigations being conducted against you.

If you are facing criminal investigations, allegations or formal charges for a white collar crime, contact our criminal defense law firm today. We offer experienced and cost-efficient representation to clients in Denver and throughout Colorado. Phone consultations are available.

Office Location

Ronald M. Aal
1800 Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80206

Telephone: (720) 432-5979
Fax: (303) 322-9546
Denver Law Office

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