Since joining the firm of Chicoine & Hallett, P.S. in 1991, Mr. Colvin has... more
Since joining the firm of Chicoine & Hallett, P.S. in 1991, Mr. Colvin has concentrated his practice in federal tax controversy matters and federal white-collar criminal defense. Mr. Colvin has represented clients before every level of the Internal Revenue Service, before the United States Tax Court and the Court of Federal Claims, in the federal district courts, before the Circuit Courts of Ap... view profile
I have been a member of the SGB legal team since 2008. I currently have a... more
I have been a member of the SGB legal team since 2008. I currently have a comprehensive criminal defense practice, ranging from white collar criminal defense and complex litigation to misdemeanor defense in courts across Washington. I pride myself on an aggressive and creative motions practice, cutting edge scientific knowledge of forensic technology, and highly effective oral advocate in all p... view profile
I have focused on criminal defense throughout my 26+ year career -- starting as a... more
I have focused on criminal defense throughout my 26+ year career -- starting as a state court Public Defender; working at one of the largest law firms in Seattle; and eventually starting my own private practice. I have represented clients in Washington State, Alaska, Oregon, California, Colorado, Wyoming, Mississippi, South Carolina and North Carolina. I have handled numerous appeals in the Uni... view profile
White collar crime defines a criminal activity committed without using violence. Examples include insider trading, insurance fraud, tax fraud, securities and investment fraud, and identity theft. If you are accused of committing a white collar crime, you need a white collar criminal defense lawyer familiar with the government's style of negotiating and trying white collar crimes. Specifically, you should hire a white collar criminal lawyer with enough knowledge about the particular charges to analyze your situation and to identify the best defense for your case.