Theft, Fraud and Tax Evasion
“White collar” crimes are complex by virtue of the nature of the charges and because of the volume of material involved in both the investigation and prosecution. Generally, the Crown will rely on bank records and business records seized through Production Orders as well as the testimony of an expert in forensic accounting. A successful defence will involve analyzing the legality of the searches that enabled the authorities to seize your records in the first place. At trial, at issue will be the admissibility of the various seized documents. Your defence may require retaining your own forensic accountant.
Defending cases of this nature requires in depth legal knowledge and meticulous preparation. As a former Proceeds of Crime prosecutor, Karen Molle is well versed in the conduct of complex document intensive litigation.