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Aggressive Representation of Individuals and Businesses in Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions

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Investigations and accusations of white collar crime are unlike any other type of criminal defense. They require fast, aggressive responses on behalf of people who often have never had any significant trouble with the law. • Should you agree to meet with the FBI or other law enforcement agency? • Can the government freeze your assets? • Should you accept a defense provided by your employer? • What should you do if the IRS or SEC asks for your "cooperation"? • Are any of the charges time-barred or unconstitutional? • Should you hire an expert witness? • What can be done to protect your business's reputation? • Can you appeal? These questions and many others unique to white collar defense must be addressed by a seasoned white collar attorney. Christensen & Jensen's white collar team is led by Mary Corporon, a preeminent criminal defense attorney with more than 30 years of experience. Mary and her white collar team practice in federal and state courts in Utah and throughout the United States.

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In 2014 the Utah Securities Commission issued an unusually high fine of $413,750 to Jack Phillips, 79, after finding that he violated Utah laws when he promised investors five-fold returns in just five months.  The Utah Securities Commission determined in an administrative adjudication that Phillips had violated the Utah Uniform Securities Act by making false […]

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If you suspect that you or your company are under investigation by the government, there are many essential things your attorney should know.

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C&J attorney George W. Burbidge II recently obtained clemency for his client serving a life sentence for methamphetamine-related offenses. As a result of George’s efforts, George’s client will be released from prison on August 3, 2018. According to George, his client “seemed a little subdued and a little surprised [after hearing hearing he had been granted […]

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