Do Not Face The Criminal Justice System On Your Own
Are you being investigated for suspicion of tax evasion, securities fraud or political corruption? Have you been arrested for identity theft or prescription fraud? You do not need to face the criminal justice system alone. It is important to seek experienced criminal defense right away if you think you are under investigation or are contending with allegations of committing a white collar crime.
The penalties for conviction of these types of nonviolent, financial gain offenses are staggering. Subject to state and federal laws, the consequences include not only high fines and incarceration but also loss of professional status and reputation.
I am defense attorney John J. Balenovich. At John J. Balenovich Law Offices, LC, I use my experience as a defense attorney and a former prosecutor to aggressively defend clients in Charleston and throughout West Virginia.
Building A Solid Defense From A Perspective Of A Former Prosecutor
As a former prosecutor, I know how the other side thinks. When I put together your defense, I work to anticipate and dismantle the prosecution’s arguments. Because I understand how prosecutors approach the criminal justice system, I know how to build a criminal defense strategy that suits your case’s unique circumstances and has the strongest likelihood of obtaining a beneficial outcome. I may bring in an expert witness and other information supporting your case.
You deserve an attorney who has a proven track record of success, whether you have been convicted of previous offenses or are a college student with no criminal record. I have successfully defended clients from a wide variety of criminal charges ranging from misdemeanor DUIs to homicide.
I can help you if you face white collar charges involving:
- Tax evasion
- Tax fraud
- Political corruption
- Securities fraud
- Prescription fraud
- Ponzi schemes
- Identity theft
Contact My Office For The Help You Need
Contact my Charleston office today to discuss your case, even if you suspect you are being investigated. The earlier you start on building your defense, the better for your case. Call 304-205-1523 or fill out an online intake form.