Fraudulent Offenses

Fraud Criminal Defense Attorneys

Fraudulent offenses can refer to a variety of different acts, from money laundering to identity theft, all of which encompass the action of falsity. False statements, actions, deception that is used to conceal the truth are all grounds for fraud offense. The penalties for these offenses can be severe.

Types of Fraud

There are many different types of fraud offenses, some of which fall under the white-collar crimes that an individual could potentially be charged with, including:

  • Insurance
  • Investment
  • Credit Card
  • Tax
  • Bank/Bankruptcy
  • Health Care
  • Cell Phone
  • Forgery
  • Mail Fraud
  • Wire Fraud
  • Racketeering

The consequences for someone convicted of a fraud crime could result in imprisonment, parole or probation, loss of certain rights, fines, reimbursement paid to victims, among other possible punishments. The severity of these consequences will depend on other circumstances surrounding the case.

If you or someone you know has been accused of fraud, contact one of our criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm today for a free consultation.  Our attorneys will provide an aggressive defense to help protect your future and legal rights. 803.252.4800



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