Defending You Against Accusations Of Theft

White collar crimes typically involve the theft of property by nonviolent means such as fraud or deception. Often, people facing white collar criminal charges are in a position of fiduciary trust and are accused of breaching that trust.

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, we have significant experience handling white collar crime defense cases for clients throughout North Carolina. Our clients include people whose reputations, careers and very freedom are at risk.

Call 980-237-4579 to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys.

Experience Handling Complex White Collar Cases

Our attorneys have extensive experience practicing in state and federal courts throughout North Carolina. Sam Randall IV is one of the few board-certified specialists in state and federal criminal law in the state.

Attorney Ryan D. Stump, a graduate of the White Collar Criminal Defense College at Stetson University, has received extensive training in defending white collar cases at the state and federal levels, resulting in successful outcomes for clients. Mr. Stump knows the latest techniques in defending white collar cases related to the following:

  • Handling grand jury subpoenas
  • The proper way to handle parallel proceedings to the criminal case
  • Negotiating plea offers, including deferred and non-prosecution agreements
  • Strategy in representing individuals vs. corporations
  • Handling bond hearings
  • Jury selection for white collar cases
  • All areas of trial, including pretrial motions, discovery review and sentencing hearings
  • Hiring and handling experts
  • Making presentations and reverse proffers to the government
  • Handling media coverage

Whether you face larceny or some other form of fraud charges, we are prepared to help you mount an effective defense. We will also explain and work strategically to limit the numerous collateral consequences that result from simply being charged.

A Wide Range Of Charges

We defend clients against a broad range of white collar crime charges, including:

  • Fraud allegations such as bank fraud, credit card fraud, mail and wire fraud, mortgage fraud, and check fraud
  • Embezzlement accusations, including alleged misconduct by bank employees
  • Extortion charges, also known as illegally obtaining consent from an alleged victim
  • Racketeering or RICO accusations in either state or federal court
  • Money laundering, including accusations related to cash structuring
  • Forgery charges, also known as uttering a false instrument or counterfeiting
  • Honest services charges against either public officials or citizens with fiduciary duties
  • Public corruption allegations against politicians, police officers, sheriff's deputies, court officials, local government officials and other elected officials

With these serious cases, it is important to hire a criminal defense attorney who has navigated the federal justice system, where these crimes are often prosecuted.

Do Not Say Anything Until You Speak To Us

When you learn of an investigation or are under formal charge, seek immediate legal advice. Call 980-237-4579 or toll free 980-237-4579 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled defense lawyers.