FRAUD CHARGES IN LUZERNE COUNTY
Criminal Defense Lawyer for Fraud Charges in Pennsylvania
As defined by criminal law, fraud is the act of intentionally deceiving another in order to obtain personal gain, usually of a monetary value. This is a civil law violation that will be charged as a white collar crime and punished as such. Many types of fraud exist for which a person can be accused and some of these include: bank fraud, embezzlement, forgery, insurance fraud, moving scams, marriage fraud, securities fraud, tax fraud, etc. The list is extensive and seemingly never-ending.
The penalties you could incur if convicted of fraudulent behavior will vary depending on the conditions of your case, but in general you can expect to face substantial fines that will reflect the amount of lost damages that resulted from your fraud charges. In addition, you may face even more fines purely based on the criminal nature of your offense; sometimes, this can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Jail time is another common penalty that should be prepared for if fraud charges are made in your name.
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Before you do anything else, if you have been arrested and/ or accused of fraud in Pennsylvania, you should immediately contact a Luzerne County criminal defense attorney from Mack Law Offices.
Misdemeanor charges and felony charges are both potential consequences of a fraudulent allegation, and if you are convicted you stand to face a strict set of punishments, as shown above. However, you need not despair.
By contacting a criminal defense lawyer from our firm you will be taken the first step necessary to rid yourself of the charges that were made against you. In fact, this will likely be your best bet at recovery.
The sooner you act, the sooner we can too so don't delay in calling our firm to speak with an attorney about your case.
Contact a Luzerne County fraud defense lawyer now. We take calls 24 / 7 and have a record of success that speaks for itself.