Are You Facing Fraud Charges in New York?
Fraud charges commonly include, but are not limited to:
- Check fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Filing false insurance claims
- Using another person’s health insurance card
- Snap, WIC, and food stamp fraud
- Falsifying papers to obtain a mortgage
- Impersonating another party with intent to take property or funds
- Internet scams
- Consumer fraud
Have You Been Accused of Fraud in New York?
Defending Against Fraud Charges
From procedural details to the evidence the prosecution has against you, a thorough and in-depth examination of your case is crucial when seeking to have your charges dismissed or reduced. An experienced criminal defense attorney may be able to demonstrate that there was an absence of intent to commit a crime, that the accused was entrapped by law enforcement, or that the accused had consent to do the actions of which they are accused.
Why Work With Lisa Pelosi as Your Criminal Defense Lawyer?
If you have been contacted by a detective, we recommend that you contact our office immediately. Talking about your case without the presence of a lawyer could compromise your case and lower your chances of a positive outcome.