White Collar Crime and Mortgage Fraud
White collar crime isn’t as benign as the name might sound. In fact, many white collar crimes come with substantial fines and lengthy prison sentences that can forever alter the life of everyone involved. If you’ve been charge with a white collar crime or you expect that charges may be brought against you, it’s imperative that you take immediate action in order to secure the best possible outcome.
With more than 17 years of service protecting the law and defending individuals, I understand how sensitive your situation might be if you’ve been charged with a white collar crime. Regardless of the circumstances, rest assured that I have the experience, skills and resources needed to mount a compelling and effective defense on your behalf. This includes defense for the following white collar crimes:
*Mail Fraud – mail fraud involves any type of attempt to defraud a consumer, business, organization or private entity for any purpose by using the federal postal service as a means to facilitate or propagate a crime.
*Wire Fraud – wire fraud is a type of white collar crime that is defined as an attempt to use wire services – primarily bank wires, Moneygram, Western Union, etc – for the purpose of theft or misappropriation.
*Mortgage Fraud – mortgage fraud is a serious crime that seeks to defraud a mortgage lender by deception, lies or omissions on mortgage documents, or through a lack of disclosure concerning the property in question.
*Bank Fraud – bank fraud consists of any attempt to deprive a financial institution of funds rightfully belonging to it or one or more of its consumers. Punishments for bank fraud have been tightened in recent years, making this a serious charge.
*Cellular Phone Fraud – any use of a cell phone to steal service or funds, to defraud a company or person or any other entity by unlawful tampering or manipulation of cell phones or related equipment, or by unauthorized use of cellular systems or signals.
*Computer Fraud – computer fraud is one of the FBI’s fastest growing crime divisions. Computer crimes center on the use of a computer to gain access to sensitive materials, to steal intellectual or proprietary information, to commit fraud or theft, or the use of computers for any illegal purpose.
*Embezzlement – when a person is entrusted with public or private funds and uses those funds for their own personal purposes via misappropriation or theft.
*Insurance Fraud – insurance fraud is any attempt to defraud and insurance company of funds through deception, omission or other types of fraud.
*Credit Card Fraud – any attempt to use a credit card illegally can fall under this category, including crimes such as lying on an application, first pay or no pay defaults, unauthorized access and use of another’s accounts, and other types of crimes associated with credit cards.
If you’ve been charged with these or a similar white collar crime, I strongly encourage you to call me for an immediate consultation. The sooner you take action, the more likely the chances are that you’ll be able to secure the most favorable results possible, up to and including dismissal of all charges. Get started now by calling the number at the top of your screen, and let me meet the law head-on to protect your best interests.