Financial Experience Needed To Fight Embezzlement

In North Carolina, charges of embezzlement rarely involve one single victim; rather, there are typically many victims, businesses or even corporations. Cases involving charges of embezzlement, like any white collar case, are some of the most complex and intensive cases to both investigate and defend.

Don't give the prosecutor more time. Call immediately: 704-286-6942 for a free consultation.

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, we can help you understand the charges you face, your rights and potential defense strategies that may be available. Our criminal defense attorneys have years of experience handling embezzlement and other types of fraud cases in state and federal courts throughout North Carolina.

Lengthy Investigations Into Misconduct

Most likely, law enforcement and the prosecutor have been investigating allegations of embezzlement for months or even years. Because white collar crime cases such as embezzlement are heavily dependent on a paper trail, it is important to explore every option to potentially suppress any illegally obtained evidence.

In the Charlotte area, many embezzlement cases are the result of alleged misconduct of employees of banks or other financial institutions. It's valuable to seek a criminal defense attorney who knows how to make sense out of potentially tangled financial documents.

Experience In The Banking Industry

Attorney Ryan Stump combines his service as in-house counsel in the banking industry and his training at the White Collar Criminal Defense College at Stetson University, where he received extensive training in defending white collar cases to defend cases at the state and federal levels in North Carolina on behalf of his clients. The combination has yielded a number of successful outcomes for clients.

Aggressive Defense Strategies

Act fast — chances are that the prosecution has been working for months to prepare a case against you. Send us an online message or call 704-286-6942 or toll free at 800-565-1435 to set up a free initial consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys.