Asserting Your Rights And Protecting Your Future

Effective, Trial-Tested Defense Representation In White Collar Crimes Cases

As more aspects of our lives move online – including our financial transactions – law enforcement is cracking down on anything that seems suspicious or fraudulent. For this reason, Idaho residents are being charged with white collar crimes every day.

If you’ve been accused of a financial offense or fraud, you can’t afford to trust your defense to just any attorney. Instead, contact Martens Law Office, P.C.. Our lawyer, Jared B. Martens, has earned a reputation for smart, strategic and aggressive defense of our clients, backed by more than two decades of legal experience.

What Are White Collar Crimes?

The term “white collar” is often used to refer to nonviolent offenses committed for financial gain. As a highly experienced defense lawyer, Mr. Martens represents clients accused of any type of white collar crime, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Money laundering
  • Fraud (health care fraud, securities fraud, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, etc.)
  • Identity theft
  • Cybercrime
  • Insider trading
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Public corruption
  • Wire fraud

Prosecutors often try to paint someone charged with a white collar offense as a sophisticated criminal. This is simply not true much of the time. In fact, someone could technically be charged with check kiting – a form of fraud – for writing a check that they currently don’t have the funds to cover (even if they intend to have them before the check clears).

Whether the allegations against you are false, overblown or warranted, Mr. Martens will advocate aggressively to help you either fight the charges or resolve them in the most favorable manner available. After more than 20 years of practicing criminal law, he has an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of Idaho criminal statutes and their limitations.

Discuss Your Options With An Attorney For Free

Our firm is based in Boise, and we serve clients throughout Ada County and surrounding areas of Idaho. If you’re ready to discuss your rights and legal options, contact us to request a free initial consultation. You can reach out online or call 208-435-1132.