Searching for Reviews for the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot?

In our previous blog, we let potential clients know what they can expect from our team should they choose to work with us. We strive to go above and beyond for each and every one of our clients by providing them with high quality defense that takes everything into consideration in an effort to secure a positive outcome. With over forty years of experience, we’re proud of the work that we do and we love the opportunity to represent the people of New Jersey when they need a good white collar crime lawyer.

However we also feel that it’s important for our potential clients to see what others are saying about us. That’s why we decided to write today’s blog highlighting a few of our reviews from around the web. Let’s take a look at what others are saying about the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot!

A Review from Joseph

“He is the finest lawyer in the state of New Jersey!”

This review comes from Joseph on Facebook. It’s short and to the point, but we really appreciate the sentiment nonetheless! We do strive to be the best team in the state and there’s nothing we love more than hearing that one of our clients appreciated the work we did. Thanks so much for the kind review, Joseph.

As of the time of this writing, we have a 5 star rating on our Facebook page. 

A Review from John

“Mr. DeGroot has represented me for several decades in numerous litigations and issues. He is one of the most accomplished and fair attorney’s I have ever dealt with. He will advocate for you as though it was his own personal issue. I recommend him highly.”

Thanks for the review, John. It has been our pleasure working with you over the years and we wish you nothing but the best.

This review was found on avvo.com where we currently have a 5 star rating based on six reviews. Head on over to Avvo to see what others have to say about us!

An Article on nj.com

You can also read about one of our more recent cases over at nj.com. In that trial, our client was found not guilty in a high profile case where the jury deliberated for two full days. The article notes that “attorney Frank Capece, 65, of Cranford, was found not guilty on charges of  official misconduct, tampering with public records, hindering prosecution records and conspiracy.” Our team is proud to have represented Mr. Capece and secured the outcome he was looking for.

If you are a previous client of ours, we’d love to hear from you as well. Feel free to leave a review and let us know how we did!

We’re Here to Help

Of course the best thing to do if you find yourself in need of a white collar crime lawyer is to simply give us a call for a free consultation. We’d be glad to hear your story and let you ask us any questions you may have. The best thing you can do for yourself if you need a lawyer is to speak with the people you’re considering working with to find the best fit.

We’d love the opportunity to chat with you. Feel free to contact us online or give us a call at 973-643-1930 today. Like the reviewers above, we believe that you’ll agree that we know how to provide our clients with 5 star representation. You deserve to have someone in your corner who knows how to get results and we want you to know that we’ll go above and beyond for you every single time. Contact us today. We look forward to working with you!

3 Things to Do If You’re Accused of White Collar Crime

Finding out that you have been accused of committing a white collar crime can sometimes come as a massive shock. For many people, it is easy to immediately feel stressed and overwhelmed about the situation. It can be incredibly difficult to decide what your course of action should be and it often seems like the clock is ticking and you need to make a decision.

While it is true that you should come up with a plan of action quickly, getting overwhelmed can sometimes make the situation worse. Fortunately for you, we have a few tips on how to handle this very topic in today’s blog. Wondering what you should do if you find yourself in this situation? Keep reading to learn more!

Don’t Panic

The first thing you need to do is to remind yourself not to panic. You might find that this is the hardest thing to do in this situation and if that’s the case, our suggestion is to go ahead and allow yourself to feel the panic for a short period of time. After that time is up, let it go completely and move forward. Being nervous is completely normal, but allowing panic to overtake you is not in your best interest. Once you have settled down a bit, it’s time to form a plan and move on to the next step.

Find the Right Lawyer

This is probably the most important part of the entire process. We mentioned above that it might feel like you’re racing against the clock to formulate a plan, but one of the keys to your success will be taking the time to find the right lawyer to help you. Perhaps you have a friend, family member, or other loved one who can make a suggestion. More than likely, however, you will have to do a bit of searching to find a particular white collar crime attorney who is familiar with the crime you have been accused of.

Take the time to do a bit of research, reading reviews if you can, and perhaps even speaking to the lawyers you are considering. Your goal at this point should be to get an overview of the options available to you and then start narrowing down. Generally speaking, you’ll want to work with someone who has plenty of experience and has a proven track record of success in the area of your alleged crime. Once you have a few options in mind, it’s time to move on to the next step.

Schedule a Consultation

After you have narrowed down your options, the next thing to do is actually call an attorney and schedule a consultation. Many lawyers will offer free consultations where you can tell them about your situation and get to know them a bit. This is in your best interest because it allows you to find the lawyer who is the right fit for you.

At the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, we fit the bill for what you’re looking for. With over four decades of experience in defending against all types of crimes and a proven track record for navigating our way through complex legal issues, we are here to help. Not only will we tenaciously work to defend you, but we also offer the aforementioned free consultations that will allow us to speak with one another. No matter what you’re up against, our team is here to provide you with the help you need to make it through such a difficult time. Take advantage of the consultation to fill us in on the details of your case and we can talk about what strategy we would employ to assist you.

We’re Here For You

Whatever situation you find yourself in, just know that when you need a white collar crime attorney who knows how to get the job done right, we are here to help. We know exactly what you’re going through and you have our word that we will fight hard for you with the end goal being a positive outcome for your situation. You deserve to work with the best attorney in Newark and when you choose the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, that’s exactly what you’ll get. Contact us today.

Looking for the Best White Collar Crime Attorney in New Jersey?

Are you on a mission to find the best white collar crime attorney in New Jersey? Then you’re in luck, because the team at the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot is here to help! Led by some of the best people in the business, we will fight for your rights. As an American, you have the right to an attorney and it’s always in your best interest to collaborate with someone who knows the ins and outs of the charges that have been brought against you.

But what exactly is it that makes our staff so great at what we do? That’s the topic of today’s blog, so we’ll explore it further, but the thing you need to know is that whether you are being charged with embezzlement, credit card fraud, insurance fraud, money laundering, securities fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud, or even mortgage fraud, we will do all of the work necessary to uncover all of the facts and help you to build a strong defense for your case. You deserve to be represented by the best, so keep reading to find out exactly what that means.

We Will Tenaciously Defend You

No matter what it is that you’re up against, you deserve to have an attorney that will really go to bat for you. When you’re facing a difficult situation and you are having a rough go of it, you want to know that your attorney has your back. You want to be able to rely on the person representing you to defend you in such a way that you truly feel well represented.

Knowing and understanding the rights that you have as an American citizen is sometimes a tricky thing. This is especially true if you are being accused of having committed a white collar crime. That’s why it is so vitally important to have someone who knows the ins and outs of the system who will fight hard to defend you. Our team prides itself on being both proactive and aggressive in our defense, helping you to navigate such a complex field and secure a positive outcome for your particular situation.

Our Team Has Experience

Of course it is also vitally important to work with someone who has the experience that is necessary to work through such complex cases. As a white collar crime attorney, Robert J. DeGroot will bring over four decades of experience to the table in order to fight for you. We always say that bringing on a lawyer as early as you possibly can is in your best interest. That means that as soon as you are aware that you are being investigated for a crime, it’s time to speak with an attorney..

We also want you to know that sometimes we understand that for whatever reason, you may have waited to give us a call. Although speaking with an attorney as early as possible is best, we will gladly take on your case at any point in time, bringing our tenacity and determination to the table in order to take the best possible care of you. You deserve to have someone on your side who has worked on cases like yours in the past. That’s exactly what you get when you choose to work with us. With forty years of experience, we are well poised to be in your corner no matter what situation you may be facing.

Our Consultations Are Confidential

When you speak with us, we treat your situation with the utmost confidentiality. Having someone on your side who you can speak with about the details of your particular case is vitally important and when you call us for an initial consultation to see if you’d like to enlist our services, you can rest assured that everything we talk about stays private.

If you need a criminal defense attorney, look no further. We have the skill, experience, and drive to be there for you when you need help the most. Having powerful defense against state or federal criminal charges that have been leveled against you is an absolute must. White collar crime attorneys are known for being able to deal with intense and often complex issues. Fortunately for you, that’s exactly what we specialize in. If you’re in Newark–or any of the other cities nearby for that matter–and you are facing charges, put your trust in our team to go above and beyond for you.

Schedule an Appointment With Us Today

You may be feeling stressed out–which, of course, is a perfectly natural reaction–but what you shouldn’t be feeling is confused. Dealing with situations like the one you’re in can often be confusing, overwhelming, and difficult, but when you have our team in your corner, you can rest assured that we’ll take great care of you, explaining our strategy to help you out every step of the way. After all, putting our clients at ease and taking great care of them is what makes us the best.

No matter what situation you are facing, the team at the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot will take your case seriously, working hard to show you exactly what it means to be a great white collar crime attorney. You deserve to work with someone who will treat you with respect and work hard to clear your name. That’s exactly what you’ll get when you choose to work with us. Contact us today.

How Bad is White Collar Crime in America?

With all of the movies and television shows dedicated to white collar crime, it makes sense that it’s a subject that many people are interested in. From the appropriately named White Collar which we’ve discussed on our blog previously which is about an art thief who works with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to Catch Me If You Can which also features a likeable thief who is caught by the FBI and subsequently ends up working with them, there is no shortage of media on the subject of white collar crime.

As a matter of fact, you can take a look at articles out there like this one from The Clever that highlights fifteen different white collar crimes that shocked the world. You might notice while perusing their list that a handful of the people mentioned served as inspiration for various movies such as Wall Street, The Wolf of Wall Street, and others.

What Does That Mean?

Well, Harvard Business Review sums it all up quite nicely:

“Our attitude toward white-collar crime is a little different [than it is towards violent crime]. On the one hand, it fascinates us: Why do well-paid professionals commit it—on their own, with colleagues, or as part of an organization-wide collaboration? On the other hand, it bores us: Complicated financial schemes are difficult to understand, and the perpetrators and victims are often unclear. Who suffers when a company shifts numbers around on a spreadsheet? Who’s to blame when it has thousands of employees and layers of bureaucracy?”

In other words, white collar crime is often something that the public doesn’t have a huge understanding of when it is reported in the media. Take for example the infamous story about what has been going on with Wells Fargo. It seems that every day leads to a new revelation about what has allegedly been going on and it’s all a little difficult to understand. At the end of the day, people are also fascinated by what’s going on. How could a company that’s been around for so long employ tactics that dupe regular people out of their hard-earned money?

We’re Drawn to Movies

What is it about real life situations that cause us to get angry and upset? Similarly, what is it about the movies and television shows that we watch that causes us to identify with and even root for the people that we know are committing crimes? In the case of the former, perhaps it’s because all we see is corporate greed running rampant in an attempt to make as much money as possible by any means necessary. For the latter, perhaps we enjoy these fictionalized stories because we know that they aren’t real and because we can see that even though these thieves are swindling others, they have hearts of gold. Perhaps it’s because we sometimes see these people as modern day Robin Hoods.

Back to the Question at Hand

So how bad is white collar crime in America? The answer seems to be that it’s always been around, but the ease of getting our news delivered to us means that we simply hear about it more often and that the scale has only grown over time. Take the information from the previously mentioned article in The Clever again. The article mentions a scam by Albert H. Wiggin that goes all the way back to the early 1900s. In this story, Wiggin scammed people out of nearly $4 million during the Great Depression.

Or take the infamous Charles Ponzi, for example. The Ponzi Scheme (also commonly referred to as a pyramid scheme) has been around since the 1920s. Ponzi himself made $20 million for himself, which is no small amount of money nowadays, but is an unimaginable amount for a person to have had nearly 100 years ago.

Are You In Need of a White Collar Lawyer?

Being accused of having committed a white collar crime–such as tax fraud, bank fraud, or healthcare fraud–can be incredibly scary. The previously referenced piece from Harvard Business Review also notes that “given that much of [white collar crime] is committed without criminal intent…the best solution is for executives to surround themselves with people who aren’t afraid to question their decisions.”

While this move may work for executives, we would also advise that individuals should retain the services of an experienced lawyer as early on as possible. No matter what you’re up against, our team is here to help unravel the facts in your case and help to present you with a defense that works for you. Our goal is to help you secure a positive resolution for your situation and we’ll go above and beyond to work hard for you.

With over four decades of experience, Robert J. DeGroot is the right choice. Schedule a free initial consultation today.

What to Know if You’re Under Investigation for a White Collar Crime

Being investigated for a white collar crime is a pretty serious matter. Chances are that if you know you’re under investigation, you’re already wondering what the next step is and how you can best set yourself up for success moving forward. As you can probably imagine, our advice is that you hire an attorney as early in the process as possible. It’s something we mention a lot on our blog, but we feel that it bears repeating because it’s so vitally important to the outcome of your case.

That’s why in today’s blog, we’ll be discussing the order of operations that we think is ideal for anything under investigation for a white collar crime. Of course the most important thing to know is that every situation is different, but one thing always remains the same–call a lawyer as early as you can. Different circumstances may require different tactics, but be sure to take the first opportunity possible to hire a white collar crime lawyer.

“Can I Talk to Any Lawyer?”

Perhaps you’ve worked with a lawyer in the past. Maybe you were involved in a car accident and you hired a lawyer to help negate charges against you. Perhaps you were involved in a slip and fall accident and you found that you needed to be compensated for your medical bills. If that’s the case, you might be tempted to give your old lawyer a call.

The truth of the matter, however, is that you’re going to set yourself up for success if you speak to someone who is specifically trained in the intricacies of fighting white collar crime charges. After all, you wouldn’t go to a home improvement store for help with your car and you wouldn’t take your sick dog to a human doctor.

Different lawyers have different areas of expertise, so you need to be sure to speak to someone who has experience in the correct field in order to be sure that you get the best help you can.

Contact Our Team

Luckily for you, you’ve found the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot. When you need experience on your side, you can count on us. As a matter of fact, Robert DeGroot has over forty years of industry experience in defending against white collar crime charges.

If you’re in Newark or Trenton and find yourself in need of an attorney who possesses both expertise and a track record of success, look no further than the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot. We’ll go above and beyond for you, working behind the scenes to build a case for your innocence, taking all of the details into account and doing what we can to ensure a successful outcome for your particular situation.

No matter what you’re up against, we’re here to help. Feel free to contact us any time to set up a free initial consultation. You deserve to work with the best and when you partner with us that’s exactly what you’ll get. We look forward to hearing from you and helping with your case.

What To Do If You’re Accused of a White Collar Crime

If you’re facing white collar crime charges, chances are that you have a few questions about what you can do for yourself. Luckily for you, we’re the criminal law firm with a track record of success and we’d love to help you. No matter what situation you’ve found yourself in, you can let our experience be your guide as you navigate the road ahead of you.

It’s not at all uncommon to see white collar crime presented on television shows and in films and the vast majority of the time we see these things we know that we’re in for a fun couple of hours. The reality of the matter though is that if you’ve been accused of committing one of these crimes it can seem like anything but fun. It’s a vast and complex field, but fortunately we’re here to help break things down for you.

“Should I Hire a Criminal Justice Attorney?”

The truth is that although there are a lot of attorneys in Newark, not many of them focus specifically on fighting charges against white collar crime. As we mentioned above, it’s a fairly complex field that can be very tricky to work your way through. Being accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands (or even millions) of dollars is a serious matter, so if that’s the situation you’ve found yourself in, the absolute best thing you can do for yourself is to hire help as soon as you possibly can.

You see, because of the accusations being leveled against you, you’re going to want someone on your side who has plenty of experience when it comes to sorting out the facts and getting to the bottom of the matter. We’ll work hard to uncover all of the evidence we can in order to clear your good name so you can get the best possible outcome in your situation.

No Matter the Situation, We’re Here to Help

Due to the complication of working your way through difficult to understand government regulations and financial laws, you’ll likely need someone by your side who you can trust. Fortunately for you, you’ve found white collar crime lawyer Robert J. DeGroot. With over over four decades of experience in defending our clients, you can rest assured that we’re the team for the job.

We’ve worked with clients at both the state and federal level, so you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that you have someone in your corner who has been through the ins and outs of cases like yours and knows how to move forward. No matter what you’re up against, the key is to find someone who can assess the situation and provide you with plenty of helpful advice.

At the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, we are proud to offer our clients a free initial consultation where you’ll be able to let us know what’s going on and decide what your next steps are. Whatever the situation looks like, we’re here to help. Contact us today!

White Collar Crime: Your Questions Answered

The life of fictional world renowned art thieves like Neal Caffrey (from TV’s White Collar) or even real life white collar criminals like Frank Abagnale (whose story was told in Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can) can make white collar crime seem like the kind of thing that has no real consequence. After all, both of those characters mentioned above were able to make deals in order to get off without being in any real trouble, right?

As interesting as those pieces of media are, they’re also not realistic. Sure, Catch Me If You Can was based on a true story, but that’s the exception to the rule. Generally speaking, if you commit a white collar crime and you get caught, there will be consequences to your actions.

And no, white collar crime isn’t all globetrotting art thievery and charming deception. So what is a white collar crime then? We’re glad you asked!

What Constitutes a White Collar Crime?

To get an in depth look at white collar crime, check out this page because we’ve provided a list of the types of white collar crimes that we’ve defended our clients against for over forty years. From embezzlement to insurance fraud to public corruption, there’s no shortage of crimes that we can help you to fight against.

So although movies often explore the more “romantic” crime that are committed (and why wouldn’t they, because it makes for great television), there’s much more to white collar crime than cat burgling your way into an art gallery and using a diamond to cut through the glass, taking what’s valuable and then dancing through an elaborate series of lasers on your way to freedom.

No matter what type of crime you’re up against, we can help.

When Should I Hire an Attorney?

To put it simply, you should get help as soon as humanly possible. It’s always in your best interest to get a lawyer involved as early on as you’re able to. As you can probably imagine, white collar crime is incredibly complex and there are a number of moving pieces to work with in order to make sure that everything doesn’t just go flying off the tracks.

When you choose to work with the team at the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, you can rest assured that we’ll work swiftly and skillfully to unravel the situation you’re in and find a defense that makes sense for you. If you’re up against a wall and you’re in need of assistance, you can count on us to be there for you when you need help the most.

As a matter of fact, we offer a free initial consultation, so if you’ve been looking for a white collar crime lawyer in Newark, now is the time to contact us. With over forty years of experience in defending cases just like yours, you can put your trust in us to go above and beyond to help you get the resolution you’re hoping for.

So while your case might not look like Neal Caffrey’s or Frank Abagnale’s, you can rest assured that we’ll work hard for you. Still have questions? Give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.

What to Expect If You’re Being Investigated for a White Collar Crime

Are you under investigation for a white collar crime? If so, the first thing you should do is contact an experienced white collar crime lawyer (and luckily for you, you’re in the right place to schedule a free consultation with criminal defense attorney Robert J. DeGroot and his team of professionals).

Generally speaking, the earlier you can get in touch with a qualified white collar crime attorney, the better off you will be. There’s a good chance that you’re looking for some peace of mind (and rightfully so, because being under investigation for a white collar crime–or anything for that matter–can be incredibly stressful).

That’s why in today’s blog, we’ll take a look at what you can expect if you’re being investigated for a white collar crime. We want you to know that you’re not alone and that help is only a phone call away. You shouldn’t have to undergo the stress of such a difficult time on your own and it only makes sense to turn to a qualified white collar crime lawyer when you’re in need of help.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at a few different scenarios:

1–You’re Under Investigation for a White Collar Crime

If you believe that you’re being targeted for an investigation into a white collar crime, it’s best to get out ahead of the situation. At the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, we’ll work hard to prevent any charges from being filed against you in the first place. After all, an investigation and no charges are much simpler to deal with than an investigation and charges, right?

If you’re being investigated for a white collar crime, we can help. Our team of experts has plenty of experience in helping people just like you.

2–You’ve Been Convicted of a White Collar Crime

If, on the other hand, you’ve already been charged with committing a white collar crime, we can help you to unravel the facts of your case, working hard to build a defense on your behalf. We know that what you’re up against is stressful, but what you should know is that we’ll do whatever it takes to provide you with the best, most comprehensive defense possible. In fact, we’ll do everything we possibly can to prevent a conviction and protect your good name.

Contact Newark’s Best White Collar Crime Lawyer Now

No matter what situation you find yourself in, it’s important to know where to turn. When you put your trust in the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, you can expect that we’ll go above and beyond to help you. It doesn’t matter if you’re under investigation or heading to court, because we’ll do what it takes to ensure that your good reputation is preserved.

Whether you’re being investigated for bank fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, tax fraud, health care fraud, public corruption, or any other white collar crime, we want you to know that we’re here to help you. Schedule your free consultation with us today.

Seeking a White Collar Crime Lawyer in Newark?

In a previous blog, we wrote all about the topic of people who are commonly committing white collar crimes, finding that men are much more likely to commit white collar crimes than women are. We also discovered that the average company loses around $10 each day due to employee fraud. Perhaps most interestingly, we learned that white collar crimes are committed most often in relatively small businesses (defined as having less than one hundred employees).

The thing they all have in common? They’re all white collar crimes! The thing that’s most surprising to people about white collar crime is what exactly it encompasses. Thanks to movie and television, people imagine that white collar crime describes people who are galavanting around the world, robbing banks and planning heists to steal art from a gallery. The other image that’s often conjured is one of black clothing and red lasers.

So…What is White Collar Crime Then?

The reality of the matter is that white collar crime can be defined a number of ways, and thanks to our modern lives and the forward march of technology, more white collar crimes are being invented each and every day by people all around the world.

Did you know that out of all the crimes reported to the FBI, only 4% are for white collar crime? It’s a surprisingly low number given the times we live in. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that if you’ve been accused of committing a white collar crime, it doesn’t mean you’re necessarily guilty.

Need the Best White Collar Crime Lawyer in New Jersey?

Whether you’re in Newark or Trenton, you should know that you have access to a team of experts who will fight hard to win your case. When you need an experienced white collar crime lawyer, you can look no further than the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot to be the help you’ve been looking for.

Because of the charges leveled against you, you’ll need a team who has plenty of experience. Luckily for you, Robert J. DeGroot has been handling white collar crime cases since 1972, ensuring that when you choose to work with our team, you’re opting to work with someone who has seen it all and has what it takes to help you win your case.

When you need a great white collar crime lawyer in your corner, look no further than the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot. With a combination of determination and dedication, we’ll put our efforts into securing a positive outcome, allowing you to get back to your normal life. We know that you have a good name to uphold and we’ll work hard to make sure that that’s exactly what happens.

Schedule a Consultation with a White Collar Crime Lawyer Today

Here at the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot, our goal is to go above and beyond in assisting you during your time of need. If you’d like to speak with a member of our team, contact us today for a free consultation.

5 Things to Look For in a White Collar Crime Lawyer (Part 2)

Rectangle-10-copy-222In part one of our blog, we discussed the first two qualities that a great white collar crime lawyer should possess in order to provide clients with the best experience possible. Feel free to take a look there and then come back here to see what else we have to say!

A Good Attitude

We’ll be honest with you. It’s likely that not everything will go the way you want them to during the duration of your case. The important thing, then, is to be sure that you have a white collar crime lawyer who will roll with the punches when the challenges come. This is where our experience also comes into play. Because we’ve seen it all, it allows us to deal with it in a way that an inexperienced lawyer may not be able to.

The fact of that matter is that you’re going to want someone who is resilient. Instead of simply throwing in the towel at the first challenge, you want a white collar crime lawyer with a never-say-die attitude. Trust us when we say that this quality is one that will make a huge difference in the long run.

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Careful

What do we mean by careful, you ask? The key to a white collar crime lawyer’s success is in how thorough he or she is. That means taking detailed notes, going through all paperwork, and speaking with anyone else who may be involved in your case.

Attention to detail is incredibly important for a lawyer. When you put your trust in a criminal law attorney who is thorough and careful about what he or she is doing, it inevitably sets you up for success.

Well-Spoken

By well-spoken, we don’t necessarily mean that your lawyer will be speaking eloquently, using large words for flourish. Instead, what we’re saying is that your white collar crime lawyer should be an excellent communicator all around. If you have questions, he or she should be able to answer them for you. If he or she is speaking on your behalf, they should be able to speak intelligently and clearly toward the situation.

When you put your trust in a lawyer who knows the ins and outs of your case and who knows how to speak about it, you know that you’re in good hands. Our team of professionals is here to make sure that we communicate well, keeping you in the loop at all times.

Contact a White Collar Crime Lawyer Today!

When you need a white collar crime lawyer who displays professionalism and tenacity, look to the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot. Our team is here to help and it all starts with a free consultation to discuss your situation. Contact us today to learn more!

If you’re looking for a white collar crime lawyer in Newark who meets all of these criteria, look no further than Robert J. DeGroot to provide you with the high level of service that our firm is known for. With experience, tenacity, a great attitude, and carefulness on our side, we won’t let you down.