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Defending Fraud Charges

If you have been accused of fraud charges, you could be facing some serious legal consequences.  Having an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side can certainly make a notable difference in the outcome of your case.

What Constitutes Fraud?

Using false information of any kind in order to achieve financial gain is fraud. That includes using a false identity, submitting false information on applications, false marketing, or other misrepresentations. Fraud occurs over the phone, online, face-to-face, and could involve individuals, insurance companies, or businesses. Examples include:

  • Pyramid and Ponzi schemes;
  • Tax evasion;
  • Bankruptcy fraud;
  • Credit card fraud;
  • Medicaid fraud;
  • Mail fraud;
  • Wire fraud;
  • Embezzlement;
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