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The Charges Alone Can End Your Career. Get Our Harrisburg White Collar Crime Lawyer On Your Side Right Away.

Are you a professional person, executive or business owner who is being investigated or has been arrested for a serious white collar crime charge? Do you understand the charges against you or why you are even being investigated?

In the Camp Hill area, there is one attorney who can not only evaluate your case and explain the charges against you, but also aggressively protect your rights in negotiations with prosecutors, before grand juries and in the courtroom. That attorney is Patrick F. Lauer, Jr., a renowned trial lawyer and experienced criminal defense lawyer who knows how to fight the charges or mitigate the punishment.

A Board-Certified Criminal Trial Specialist Looking Out For Your Best Interests

Patrick Lauer has more than 33 years of experience and a recognized reputation for results. He conducts thorough investigations on all charges, listens carefully to your version of events, looks for any sign that law enforcement overstepped its bounds in arresting you and advocates for you from arrest to outcome. He is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a specialist in criminal trial law.

If you’re in search of a lawyer who will provide you with the best, most appropriate representation to get the best position possible in a white collar crime case, then Mr. Lauer is the right attorney for you. He is committed to you, your case and getting positive outcomes — whether this happens outside the courtroom or in trial.

We Understand The Challenges You’re Up Against

White collar crimes are not victimless crimes. More than ever, law enforcement devotes considerable resources to white collar prosecutions and a conviction can still carry serious punishments, including lengthy prison terms and large fines or orders for restitution.

Harrisburg white collar crime lawyer Patrick F. Lauer has handled a wide range of financial crimes and related white-collar offenses, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Wire fraud and mail fraud
  • Insurance and health care fraud
  • Securities fraud and investment scams
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Tad fraud/tax evasion
  • Money laundering
  • Bribery, extortion and public corruption
  • Forgery
  • Identity theft
  • RICO violations (organized crime and criminal conspiracy)

Fight A Conviction. Contact Our Lawyer If You Are Under Investigation.

A conviction for a white collar crime at the state level could effectively end your life — separating you from loved ones during a lengthy prison term, draining your financial resources with heavy fines, establishing a criminal record, and damaging your personal and professional reputation. You need skilled, quality defense representationAnd you need it now. Early intervention can sometimes result in dismissal of unfounded charges or reduced charges.

Contact lawyer Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. and start protecting your rights today. You can arrange to speak with him during a free initial consultation by calling 717-985-8595 or sending him a message online. We respond promptly to all forms of communication.