White Collar Crime Defense Attorney In Pleasanton

Since 1963, attorney John W. Noonan has been making a difference in people's lives through aggressive criminal defense representation for white collar crime and environmental crime matters. Our firm works to help clients deal with the criminal law issues they are facing in a range of communities, Alameda County and Contra Costa County, and the San Jose Valley

Do you need advice on responding to a white collar crime investigation or environmental crime charges? Contact us through our firm's 24-hour phone number at 925-400-6635 to arrange your free initial consultation.

White Collar Crime Defense

The lines between legal and illegal actions in white collar crime can be very thin and easily crossed. Many of these charges may be based on technical regulations; you may have committed a crime without even knowing it. Activities involving accounting filings, use of the mails, wire transfers, downturns with investment instruments, may be characterized as criminal. If you are charged with a white collar crime, it may have a lasting impact on your career, resulting in fines, restitution, jail time and a permanent record, accessible by future employers.

We represent clients with many white collar crime cases, including fraud and embezzlement, including:

  • Bank fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Investment fraud
  • Bribery
  • Conspiracy
  • Cybercrimes
  • Extortion
  • Forgery
  • Identity theft
  • Mail fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Theft

Environmental Crimes

In addition to handling the defense of white collar crimes, we also represent the interests of individuals and businesses that have been accused of environmental crimes. To be considered an environmental crime, there must be an alleged violation of an environmental statute or regulation. Crimes involving the environment can include violations of federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) regulations, pollutant emission standards, improper disposal of waste or byproduct matter, or trade/killing of endangered species.

California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA)

California has some of the strictest state standards for the environment of any state, often exceeding the federal standards, as with the emission standards for motor vehicles. The federal Clean Water Act was based in part on the California Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act. This large body of statutes and regulations makes it easy to inadvertently violate the law in California.

Contact A Federal Criminal Defense In Pleasanton Lawyer Today

Contact us online or call 925-400-6635 to schedule an appointment to discuss your environmental or white collar crime charges.