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Can the truth be a defense for white-collar crimes?

Contrary to common belief, an effective defense against white-collar crime is not denial or lies. In fact, a good criminal defense lawyer can use the same factual foundation as prosecutors to work for their clients. In many ways, a criminal defense attorney is trained to work with the accused to depict the best version of factual events possible to tell a story that supports their client's innocence while still being based on the truth.

For a criminal defense attorney's story to be successful, it should have certain elements and characteristics. The main element that a defense should have is the truth. It should be centered around a truthful foundation. This foundation can be based on events, evidence and accounts that are true and accurate to the best of their knowledge. For example, when defending a client against a white-collar crime, a successful defense may not be one that tries to prove the crime was never committed, but rather one that shows the crime was committed under duress or out of desperation.

Another extremely important element of a successful criminal defense is the element of sympathy. If a criminal defense attorney and their client can gain sympathy from a jury or judge, they may be more successful in their defense. Likewise, defending a client against allegations of untrue or inaccurate events is critical and can work to dismantle the prosecution's case.

No matter what white-collar crime you were accused of, whether it is embezzlement, tax fraud or another allegation, working with an experienced criminal defense attorney can help turn the truth into an effective and strong defense. With their help, these charges and the damage they inflict can be minimized.

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