Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C.
Illinois Fraud Defense Attorneys

Experienced Representation for White Collar Crimes

Not so long ago, those accused of fraud or embezzlement could count on a

lighter sentence than people charged with other felony offenses. In the current

climate, those convicted of "white collar" crimes are often incarcerated the same

as if they had stolen money in a burglary or robbery.

The legal team at Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C., provides sophisticated criminal

defense for fraud and financial crimes. From defending hundreds of clients

caught up in white collar prosecutions, we understand the high stakes — and

how to counter the government's case. We are committed to keeping our clients

out of prison if at all possible and mitigating the impact on their careers, their

families and their reputations.

Illinois Embezzlement Lawyers · Skilled White Collar

Defense

Attorney John P. Schwulst has practiced in criminal law for 40 years and literally

handled thousands of felony cases. He has extensive experience with fraud and

white collar crimes, including an antitrust case that went all the way to the Illinois

Supreme Court. Law partner Todd Roseberry has likewise handled all types of

white collar cases in 14 years of focused practice in state and federal courts of

Illinois.

We can handle the full range of white collar offenses, from misdemeanor thefts

to grand larceny and criminal conspiracies:

• Passing bad checks

• Embezzlement and retail theft

• Identity theft and credit card fraud

• Medicare fraud

• Mortgage fraud

• Antitrust practices (price fixing, unfair trade practices)

Bloomington Fraud Defense Lawyers Committed to a

Favorable Outcome

Indictments for white collar crimes are often the culmination of a long

investigation spanning many months. However, that does not mean that the

prosecution has an airtight case. We explore every defense and every avenue to

avoid a conviction or mitigate the consequences. For a first offense, we may be

able to negotiate full restitution and probation. If there is a mental health issue

or psychological trigger, the court may be amenable to treatment in lieu of jail or

probation. If there are prior convictions or a substantial amount in controversy,

we might take the case to trial or try to maneuver for a lesser sentence.

Sometimes we can intervene with the prosecutor to avert criminal charges

altogether or negotiate a resolution out of the public eye. In a recent

embezzlement case, we prevailed on the state's attorney to dismiss the criminal

charges, leaving only a civil lawsuit to resolve the matter.

Our lawyers offer the first half-hour of the initial consultation for free to

determine if we can help. Call our Bloomington law office Toll Free at 855-217-

6003 or e-mail us today and we will respond promptly.

Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C. |  407 West Front Street, Suite 2 | Bloomington, IL |61701 | Toll Free: 855-217-6003  
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Serving the Following Areas

Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C., provides comprehensive litigation and trial rep- resentation throughout the Bloomington Normal area of central Illinois, including McLean County, DeWitt County, Logan County, Tazewell County, Woodford County as well as the communities of Clinton, Lincoln, Eureka, Pontiac, Pekin and Farmer City.