From time to time, some businesses receive a notice that the District Attorney, or other prosecuting agency, has filed a criminal complaint against it or one of its officers. If that were to happen to your business, what would be your next move? Call Our Law Firm Immediately.
We won’t hesitate to investigate the law and facts of the case to see if we can derail the prosecution. If we can’t, we will appear in court either with you or for you, depending on whether the case filed against you is a felony or a misdemeanor. Time is usually of the essence because the notice letter tells you when you need to show up to court. In most cases, you have little time to prepare for court before you must appear there.
Some typical charges businesses or company officers face are: Workers’ Compensation fraud, failure to have Worker’s Compensation Insurance, refusal to pay wages, untimely wage payments, bounced pay checks, unlawful withholding of wages, Tax Code violations, retaliation for patient care complaints, and many other types of conduct.
Sometimes employees find themselves facing criminal charges for employment related conduct. We can help with that type of case too.
Do not hesitate to contact us if your business or employment situation takes a wrong turn into the criminal courts.
For more information, you can contact us at: 858-292-0792
Initial consultations are always free