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Fraud is intentional misrepresentation intended to result in financial or personal gain. Criminal charges of fraud can be prosecuted by either the federal or state government. Fraud cases are often extremely complex, and authorities frequently spend a year or more investigating these cases prior to filing charges. Individuals who ultimately face state or federal fraud charges often know they are being investigated.
If you believe that you are the target of a fraud investigation or if you have already been charged with fraud, it is vital that you speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
Do not incriminate yourself. Before talking to law enforcement, contact us at 520-318-3939 to schedule a consultation with an experienced Tucson fraud defense attorney. We serve clients throughout southern Arizona.
Helping Clients Preserve Their Freedom, Reputations And Careers
A fraud conviction can result in serious consequences, including prison time, heavy fines and/or revocation of a professional license. The collateral consequences of a conviction are also severe — many individuals lose their careers and reputations in the community.
At Sherick & Bleier P.L.L.C., we are highly respected white collar criminal defense lawyers with broad investigative, trial and appellate experience. We provide a sophisticated, strategic defense to individuals who are under investigation or have been charged with white collar crimes, including bank, wire/Internet, real estate and mail fraud. We also represent previously convicted individuals who wish to appeal their conviction or need assistance with other post-conviction matters.
Our first goal is to help our clients avoid criminal prosecution by negotiating with prosecutors. If trial becomes necessary, we are aggressive advocates who vigorously defend our clients' rights.
We have helped numerous clients achieve successful outcomes, including:
- Investigation closed with no indictment
- Dismissal of charges at a pretrial level
- Recasting of criminal charges to civil matters that can be resolved through negotiation
- Reduction of serious charges to lesser criminal charges
- Acquittal (not guilty verdict) at trial
- Deferred judgments and deferred sentencing
- Reduced penalties when there is a conviction
Pima County White Collar Crime Attorneys
Know your rights and protect yourself. For a consultation, please contact us at 520-318-3939.
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