Connecticut Embezzlement Defense Lawyers

South Windsor Fraud Charge Attorneys

If you have been accused of mishandling office finances as a bookkeeper, office manager or secretary and are fearful that you could be facing embezzlement charges, it's important that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible. White collar crimes such as embezzlement and financial fraud are taken seriously in Connecticut.

Your financial future and job are at stake in a financial fraud situation. You may be too afraid to admit your mistake to your employer and you may not understand the charges. At Berman & Russo, we can help. Contact our law office online or call 866-761-8561 today for a free consultation.

White Collar Crimes Typically Leave a Paper Trail

Embezzlement can be detected a number of ways including through:

  • Missing, late or suspicious financial documents
  • Unexplained profit fluctuations at the company
  • Changes in and employee's personal spending behaviors
  • Unexplained charges in accounting records
  • Delayed or missing bank deposits
  • Check amounts are being altered
  • Petty cash is missing
  • Customers complaining that they're receiving bills for services they've already paid for

The criminal defense lawyers at Berman & Russo understand that if you have been accused of taking money from an employer, time is of the essence when trying to rectify the situation. It's important that we start to discuss restitution with your former or current employer as soon as possible. It may be possible to avoid embezzlement or larceny charges altogether.

If you have been convicted of embezzlement charges, we can also work with prosecutors and the court for a reduction in your sentence. You may be able to avoid jail time if you are able to make restitution and pay back some or all of the money that you owe. We make sure that the court hears your side of the story.

An embezzlement charge doesn't have to take away your financial and personal freedom. Contact the lawyers at Berman & Russo to discuss your embezzlement case.