White Collar Criminal Defense

The Law Office of Charles H. Torres P.C. is known for providing exceptional representation in the area of white collar criminal defense in Colorado and throughout the country. He continues to successfully defend CEOs, CFOs, presidents and other members of upper-level management who have been accused of a wide range of white collar crimes, including:

  • Securities/financial crimes
    • Investor Fraud Extensive experience on behalf of defrauded parties or defending your company against fraud allegations Mr. Torres’s experience as a Federal prosecutor makes him familiar with all of the details of various fraud schemes.
  • Medicare/Medicaid fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Wire or mail fraud
  • Internet fraud, cybercrime and computer crimes
  • Bribery, extortion and blackmail
  • Environmental crimes
  • Money laundering
  • Corporate compliance/internal investigations
  • Drug crimes

White collar allegations most often are filed in federal court. Federal charges are vastly different from charges filed in state court. Federal law enforcement agents and prosecutors will spend many months or even years investigating and gathering evidence before deciding to allege claims of criminal misconduct. Once this decision is made, the prosecutor will present his or her case to a grand jury, seeking an indictment. Consequently, if you face federal charges, the government certainly believes it has already built a strong case against you.

In these situations, your need for an experienced criminal defense trial lawyer is greater than ever. Mr. Torres will examine the evidence against you and find any weaknesses in the government’s case. If there are inconsistencies or unreliable witnesses, he will expose these problems and seek the best possible result. He has the experience and history to assist you in determining what defensive theories are most viable and to guide you to the path of a successful resolution. He is determined to prove our client’s innocence and show the weaknesses of the government’s case to a jury.