Three Generations of Excellence 80 Years of Seeking Justice

Dayton White Collar Crime Lawyers

Serving Montgomery, Greene, Warren, Clark & Miami Counties

Are you being investigated for a white collar crime? Have you already been formally charged? If so, you should take action to protect your rights, ensure that you are treated fairly, and gain access to experienced legal guidance throughout the duration of your case. At Rion, Rion, & Rion, our Dayton white collar crime attorneys have extensive experience and national recognition as legal professionals.

Our team has handled hundreds of jury trials, practiced in 30 states, and been admitted to practice in federal court. When facing the harsh penalties of a white collar crime conviction, you deserve no less than what our firm routinely provides to all of our clients.

Find out how Rion, Rion, & Rion can help you at this difficult time. Contact our offices at (937) 223-9133 to arrange for an initial case review.

White Collar Crimes under State & Federal Law

White collar crimes refer to offenses generally committed in a business or corporate environment by people in a position of trust. These crimes are often of a financial nature. They can involve public funds, fraud committed against government agencies, or fraud against individuals, businesses, and others. They often take place over a long period of time. Investigations into white collar crimes may be ongoing for months or even years so as to gather enough evidence to make an arrest. These crimes may be charged as state or federal crimes.

Rion, Rion, & Rion handles all types of white collar crimes, such as:

  • Identity theft
  • Forgery
  • Embezzlement
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare and Medicaid fraud
  • Investment fraud
  • Extortion
  • Tax evasion
  • Credit card fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Accounting fraud
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Money laundering
  • Insider trading
  • Bribery
  • Labor racketeering
  • Cyber crimes

These crimes may be investigated by federal agencies such as the FBI, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the IRS as well as state agencies tasked with prosecuting them. Potential penalties for a conviction include life-long prison sentences, huge fines, a permanent criminal record, and social consequences.

80 Years of Legal Experience

If you are facing charges for a white collar crime, you need legal protection as soon as possible. Those investigating your case will have no qualms about using any methods to find evidence against you. Our criminal defense lawyers can provide the protection, guidance, and support you need as your case unfolds. We can apply our extensive knowledge, skills, and resources to help you seek a favorable outcome whether you are facing a federal or state prosecutor.

Do not hesitate to contact our legal team if you believe you may be the target of an investigation. Call us at (937) 223-9133 today.

Recent Case Results
Helping Our Clients Achieve the Best Possible Outcome

  • Not Guilty Aggravated Murder

    In July of 2015, the Defendant was charged with the murder of a man in Springfield. After hiring our office, we worked hard with the Defendant and his family to prepare the best defense for our client. The trial lasted two days and resulted in a Not Guilty verdict on all charges by the Jury.

  • Conviction Vacated Appeal | State vs. K.M. (2nd District Court of Appeals)

    Client was charged, and later found guilty of, tampering with evidence kept by a government entity (F3). We appealed the case on the grounds that the trial court erred in not granting the client’s motion to dismiss stating that the statute of limitations had expired. In late 2018, the appellate court reversed the client’s judgement and vacated the client’s conviction.

  • Dismissed Civil Stalking Protection Order | Against our client

    Our client received paperwork that a Civil Stalking Protection Order was placed against our client. We challenged the protection order, asking for a directed verdict. The Judge agreed, stating that there was no threats of physical harm to the alleged victim and the mental distress evidence was not sufficient.

  • Not Guilty Federal Felony Drug Possession
    In the United States Southern District Court of Ohio, the Defendant was charged with possession to distribute marijuana and marijuana plants and also the possession of a firearm while allegedly trafficking drugs. After one year of pre-trial and suppression hearings, the case finally went to a jury. The trial lasted five days at the federal court house in Dayton, Ohio and when it was over the Defendant was found Not Guilty of all charges and thus acquitted.
  • Not Guilty Murder

    After a tragic death of a young man in her care, the Defendant was charged with murder. The entire case lasted two and a half years but after a four day bench trial, the verdict was Not Guilty and all charges were dismissed.

  • Not Guilty Murder

    The Defendant, out of Springfield, Ohio, was charged with one count of murder with a death penalty specification and one count of weapons under disability. After seven busy months of pretrials and suppression hearings, the case finally went before the jury at the end of the year. It took the jury 13 hours to find the Defendant Not Guilty of Murder but Guilty of Weapons Under Disability. This was the first acquittal in Springfield in years so we were excited to usher in a new time.

  • Case Dismissed OVI

    The Defendant was on the way back from a friend’s house when she was pulled over in her car for crossing over the marked lines. She was charged with an OVI. While waiting for her chance before the jury, the Defendant was granted driving privileges with the help of our office. At the Suppression Hearing, the OVI case was dismissed and the Defendant only had to pay court costs.

  • Acquitted Robbery (Physical Harm) F2 | State vs. J.M.

    Client was accused of robbing a local Rite Aid and charged with robbery while using/threatening to use physical harm. After 2 days of trial and 4 ½ hours of deliberation, a jury returned a not guilty verdict.

  • Not Guilty | Reduced Charge Sex Crime Charges
    The Defendant was charged with one count of attempted rape and one count of abduction. After multiple hearings with the prosecution and Judge, the case went to the Jury. When the trial concluded after two days, the Jury found the Defendant Not Guilty of attempted rape and Guilty of a lesser charge of unlawful restraint. He only had to serve 60 days which his jail time credit counted for.
  • Not Guilty Unlawful Restraint M3 | State vs. BV

    Client was accused of unlawful restraint while in her position in the health care field. Our client maintained her innocence throughout the case. After 2 days of trial, the jury returned a not guilty verdict.

Why Rion, Rion & Rion?

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  1. 80 Years of Experience
  2. More than 500 Jury Trials Handled
  3. Free Initial Case Evaluation
  4. Available 24/7, 365 Days a Year
  5. 10.0 AVVO Rating
  6. President of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers
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