Investigations Resulting in No Criminal Charges
Over the course of his 32-year career, Louisville criminal defense lawyer William M. Butler, Jr. has had great success ending cases before they even get started. He has attended interviews with clients and worked with prosecutors in many cases, sometimes resulting in the best possible outcome for the client: no charges filed. For immediate assistance, call William Butler at 502-582-2020, or contact him via email to schedule your initial confidential consultation. Criminal Defense Attorney Butler has skillfully defended thousands of clients and has compiled an impressive record of positive results, he can defend you too. For more information, please see his Case Results and Testimonials. Below are just a few examples of the many clients he has helped:
Represented former bank employee the FBI sought to question regarding embezzlement. Advice based on facts of case to not submit to questioning. Result: no charges brought.
Represented individual being investigated by FBI in a check-writing scam. Based on facts of the case, accompanied the client to interview with FBI agent and the assistant United States attorney. Result: no charges brought.
Represented Company CPA accused of embezzling approximately $500,000.00. After numerous meetings with Company Attorney, the CEO elected not to press charges.
Represented two individuals under suspicion in money laundering case. Based on facts of the case, accompanied clients to interview with assistant United States attorney. Result: no charges brought.
Represented individual under investigation in a rape case. Explained client’s alibi to detective and to assistant commonwealth attorney. Result: no charges brought.
Represented individual under suspicion of child abuse. After discussion on terms of the interview, accompanied the client to interview. Result: no charges brought.
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Be proactive, take action to end your case before it’s begun. If you are the target of an investigation, whether in connection with a state or federal crime, speak to defense attorney William Butler. With his advice, you will be able to protect yourself when talking to authorities. With his negotiation skills, he may even prevent you from having to speak with them in the first place. Investigators have many techniques for asking questions, which are designed to have you incriminate yourself. Once you begin working with William Butler, he will aggressively work to protect your rights and guard against threats to your freedom. Call him today at 502-582-2020, or contact him via email for your initial confidential consultation. For over 32 years, he has skillfully defended thousands of clients, compiling an impressive record of positive results, please see his Case Results and Testimonials.
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