White Collar Crimes

The law firm’s goal is to help its federal clients to obtain the lowest possible sentence, and it’s one of incarceration, to be served at the best facility possible with the greatest opportunity for early release. With more than 47 years of experience handling criminal defense, Mr. Ellis consults and represents clients in sentencing, prison and appeal matters related to their white collar crimes.

Representing White Collar Defendants and Inmates

Clients and fellow practitioners have been consulting Alan Ellis earlier and earlier in the federal criminal process. With over 97 percent of federal criminal defendants choosing to plead guilty, 98 percent facing sentencing and over 80 percent being sent to prison, it is important to have a skilled lawyer at every stage of your case to work for the best possible outcome for you.

Whether you are a defendant, inmate, friend or family or an attorney seeking assistance for a client, The Law Offices of Alan Ellis can provide guidance with a wide variety of federal white collar crimes, including:

  • Fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Tax violations
  • Identity theft
  • Environmental law violations
  • Currency transaction reporting (structuring) violations
  • Insider trading
  • Trade secret theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Bank and mortgage fraud
  • Securities, commodities and hedge fund fraud
  • Healthcare and insurance fraud
  • Tele-marketing fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Computer and internet fraud
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Credit card fraud

Sentencing and Prison Assistance for White Collar Defendants

The Law Offices of Alan Ellis focuses exclusively on providing federal criminal defendants and inmates with representation and counsel in plea negotiations, federal sentencing, appeals as well as with prison issues. A nationally recognized attorney, Mr. Ellis has extensive experience and a record of accomplishments in his field:

  • Past President of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Fulbright Award winner
  • The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has recognized him as a “nationally-recognized expert in federal criminal sentencing”
  • Author of the Federal Sentencing Guidebook, the Federal Prison Guidebook, and the Federal Post-Conviction Guidebook
  • Contributing editor for the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Magazine where he writes a quarterly column on federal sentencing

For more information, please see the following articles authored by Mr. Ellis:

 

White Collar Crimes Attorney Representing Clients Nationwide

Whether you are a defendant, attorney, inmate, family or friend, The Law Offices of Alan Ellis can provide you with the sentencing, prison or appeal help you need. Contact the firm for a free initial consultation at 415-895-5076 or email us at AELaw1@alanellis.com or fill out our intake form and return to us.