Ottawa, Ontario criminal defence lawyer Richard Auger and his professional staff represent business clients in Ontario and nationwide facing criminal investigations in “white-collar” cases in the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court and other provincial courts.
What does that mean for you?
Our lawyers regularly advise and represent clients targeted for investigation, as well as individuals subpoenaed to appear as witnesses in inquiries relating to “white collar” allegations. Our experienced criminal defence lawyers know how to protect you from prosecutorial overreaching, ensuring that you are not compelled to give evidence that can be used against you.
Experienced Criminal Defense lawyers at Auger Hollingsworth provide comprehensive and client focused legal representation. We will guide you efficiently and effectively through the process of investigation, charges being laid, plea negotiations where applicable, trial and appeal. Richard Auger is known across Canada for his creative solutions to serious criminal cases. He is well-known to Crown attorneys and judges for excellent preparation and the relentless defence of our client’s interests.
Ontario-based criminal defence lawyer Richard Auger assists clients facing serious white-collar, fraud and other business related charges related to:
- Securities Fraud
- Wire Fraud
- Mail Fraud
- Tax Fraud
- Internet Crimes
- Computer Crimes
- Gambling Crimes
- Health Care Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Identity Theft – Credit Card Fraud
- Consumer Fraud – Counterfeit Goods
- Hazardous Materials Violations
- Extradition Proceedings
- Domestic Violence Allegations
Getting a lawyer involved in your case early can often eliminate the stigma of criminal charges by avoiding criminal charges altogether. When this happens, you preserve your freedom, your family, your reputation and your business or professional license.
If you are arrested, Richard Auger speaks directly with law enforcement officers, and the Crown to arrange a reasonable bail and, wherever possible, resolve your case out of the public eye. Talk with us before talking with the police or the Crown.