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Greenville White Collar Crime Lawyer

Working to Preserve Your Professional Reputation

With increased government regulation of businesses, many matters that were formerly dealt with in civil court or through regulations are now being handled as criminal investigations. White collar crimes are often less visible to the public, and usually involve deceit or fraud. They can happen anywhere from the office of a major corporation to the inside of a residential home.

Examples of white collar crimes in South Carolina include:

  • Forgery
  • Bribery
  • Falsifying records
  • Money laundering
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare/Medicaid fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Extortion
  • Embezzlement
  • Grand larceny
  • Tax fraud
  • Perjury
  • Tampering with public records

At Hisker Law Firm, PC, we are able to represent both individuals and corporations who have been accused of white collar crimes. Although our priority is always to negotiate a favorable outcome outside of court, we are not afraid to go to trial if we believe that doing so will yield a better result. If a trial becomes necessary, we can utilize our extensive courtroom experience to aggressively defend your charges. Our Greenville white collar crime lawyer is respected among our peers, including prosecutors and judges.

Previous Cases

*These results are provided to show the types of cases that Steve Hisker has handled in the past. Nothing provided should create an expectation that Steve Hisker can achieve similar results in any case.

Federal Indictment - Dismissed 1/16/2014
Original Charge: Wire Fraud & False Advertising
F.B.I. & U.S. Postal Inspector Allegations: Client worked at Upstate Suzuki Dealership and was indicted for wire fraud and false advertising in September, 2012. Defense rejected plea bargains and offer for pretrial diversion and demanded trial.

Probation - 2/8/2012
Original Charge: Conspiracy to Defraud United States
Possible Penalty : 5 years imprisonment, $250,000 fine
Police Allegations: Client arrested as part of conspiracy to cash forged checks.

Discuss the specifics of your charges with us. Schedule a complimentary consult at (864) 610-1277.

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White collar crimes vary greatly, and can bring about punishments from smaller fines to extensive jail time. For those who have been accused, especially those who have never been in trouble with the law before, understanding how to best handle the allegations can be a difficult and frustrating task. We can help you throughout the entire process, from knowing where to begin during your consultation to providing quality representation at trial. We are always available to our clients 24/7, so you can always reach us should the need arise.

If you have a professional career, your reputation and even license may be at severe risk. Our goal is to do whatever necessary so that you can keep your license and provide for your family while also aggressively fighting these charges. With over 1,000 cases to our name, we have experience defending even the most challenging white collar crimes.

If you are in the Greenville or Spartanburg area, get started on your defense by calling (864) 610-1277!

Recent Outcomes

*These results are provided to show the types of cases that Steve Hisker has handled in the past. Nothing provided should create an expectation that Steve Hisker can achieve similar results in any case. Every case is different. Steve will use his experience in an effort to obtain the best result possible in your case.*

  • Dismissed DUI dismissed, new ticket written for traffic offense. No license suspended, no SR-22, no criminal record.
  • Dismissed Simple Possession of Marijuana
  • Dismissed Public Intoxication
  • Dismissed Criminal Domestic Violence
  • Dismissed Criminal Domestic Violence
  • Dismissed Possession with Intent to Distribute x3
  • Not Guilty Criminal Domestic Violence
  • Dismissed and Fined Driving Under the Influence
  • Dismissed Assault and Battery - 3rd Degree
  • Dismissed Criminal Domestic Violence