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Austin Corruption Defense Lawyers

Although a very broad term that can cover many different activities, corruption is typically defined as any action of an authority figure with the intent to give him or herself an advantage. These are typically illegal actions that deceive or cheat others. Facing any corruption charge could be detrimental to your reputation, professional opportunities, and personal relationships.

If you or a loved one has been accused of corruption, it is important that you immediately seek the advice and counsel of a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney. Contact Austin corruption defense lawyer, Ian Inglis, at (512) 472-1950 today to schedule a free consultation. We are committed to offering our clients a vigorous and thorough defense, whatever the charges that have been leveled against them.

Types of Corruption

There are many different kinds of corruption. Some of the most common types of corruption are political, corporate, and police corruption. Allegations of corruption may be made when an individual or group is perceived to be abusing elected or other forms of power for their own personal gain. The following are representative of the kinds of acts that may lead to corruption charges:

  • Bribery
  • Collusion, or secretly limiting competition
  • Embezzling funds or misleading shareholders
  • Cartels
  • Nepotism
  • Rigging elections
  • Any organized crime action
  • Coercion to suppress information

A conviction can lead to imprisonment, significant fines, and the permanent derailment of political or professional aspirations, so you simply cannot afford to leave the outcome of your case to chance.

Contact Us

Let us help you to protect your legal rights and freedom in the face of corruption charges. Contact Austin corruption defense lawyer, Ian Inglis, today at (512) 472-1950 to discuss your case with an understanding and experienced legal representative.

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