White collar crime charges are challenging to face because there are many different aspects of these cases to work through. In many instances, the paper trail is considerable. It might show one story that is completely different from the truth in the case. This possibility has to be considered as a factor in the defense strategy you choose to use.
It is puzzling to some people why someone in the corporate world would take steps to unlawfully obtain money and risk everything that they already have. The answer to this isn't always easy, but it is possible that there wasn't actually any unlawful activity. Financial transactions can be so complex that sometimes what appears to be illegal is actually nothing more than a simple error that was misconstrued by the prosecution. In fact, many white collar crime defenses can be based on the fact that there was no intentional fraud or other criminal activity.
There is a fine line between what is actually a criminal action and what was just an error that must be corrected for the prosecution to win its case. This line can get blurry if the activity is occurring throughout the organization. It is easy in these cases to point the finger at the wrong person. Because of this, prosecutors must be especially careful about following the paper trail and including all the liable parties in the case.
You might be able to use some of these points in your defense. Just remember that you need to work on this from the moment you find out about the accusations because the prosecution will work hard to prove that you committed a crime.