What is fraud?
Florida Law recognizes several different types of fraud related crimes:
- Credit Card Fraud
- Healthcare Fraud
- Public Assistance Fraud
- Embezzlement (white collar crimes)
- Organized Schemes to Defraud
- Uttering Forged Instruments
- Uttering Forged Bills
- Worthless Checks
Florida law punishes crimes involving fraud very aggressively. In any fraud related case the state attorney must prove that you intentionally acted for personal gain or to deceive or harm another. Many times, these cases begin with a call from law enforcement wishing for you to give a statement to tell “your side of the story”.
It is in these situations, especially, that you must contact a criminal defense attorney to start fighting back and defending your rights. You need a criminal defense attorney to fight for you and make the state attorney prove that you did anything intentionally to defraud anyone.
We are ready to defend your Fraud case in Miami, Broward or Palm Beach County.
If you are under investigation for fraud, have been contacted by law enforcement, been arrested or served with a court summons for a fraud related matter, you must contact a lawyer immediately. The Law Office of Dell & Schaefer will defend your case both in and out of court, whether it is State or Federal, we are here for you.
The Law Office of Dell & Schaefer have been defending fraud related cases since 1979. Lead Attorney, Grant Schwarz knows how law enforcement agencies and the state attorneys operate when prosecuting these serious felonies. Contact Attorney Grant Schwarz today to begin discussing your case and how it can be defended in court. The most important action you can make when facing any type of criminal charge is to pick up the phone and speak to a lawyer immediately. Do not wait.
Contact a Broward County, Miami, and Palm Beach Fraud Charge Defense Lawyer
Many fraud related cases involve minimum jail sentences in addition to potential for long periods of probation or community control, heavy fines. In addition to the court penalties, a conviction for fraud will destroy your credit, ability to work, ability to obtain a business or home loan, loss of civil liberties in addition to the consequences within your community, family and loved ones. Do not leave your future in the hands of an inexperienced attorney.
Call the Office of Dell & Schaefer and speak to an attorney today, 954-620-8320 or email Grant Schwarz at [email protected]. We are available any time day or night, even weekends and holidays. All consultations are confidential and free. Call today.