In one of today's most read stories, the Times-Tribune reported that FBI agents spent three hours interviewing Lackawanna County Commissioner A.J. Munchak in its continuing federal grand jury investigation of public corruption.
When the federal government becomes involved in investigating Scranton white collar crimes, the person being investigated must act quickly and intelligently to choose a Scranton white collar crime attorney with the experience to conduct a thorough investigation and to challenge the charges his client faces both inside and outside the courts.
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white collar crime charges.
If you are being investigated or if you think you might be investigated in the near future, then do yourself a favor and contact a skilled Scranton white collar crime lawyer at Rogan Law before federal agents accumulate so much information that it becomes more difficult to defend your rights and to protect your freedom.
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