Fraud Defense

Our dedicated fraud defense attorneys are committed to defending our clients and seeking the justice they deserve.

Creating a successful defense necessitates a team of criminal lawyers and experts due to the time and specialized skills involved.

We understand the weight of dealing with criminal charges, and our professional team is well-versed in business fraud defense in the state.

Our fraud defense lawyers fight against various white-collar crimes, including corporate fraud, consumer fraud, identity theft, wire fraud, credit card fraud, check fraud, bankruptcy fraud, insurance fraud, Medicaid or welfare fraud, and real estate fraud. Fraud, in general, involves willfully deceiving another person to obtain money, goods, or services unlawfully.

To determine if our fraud defense lawyers can assist you with your case, we encourage you to reach out to us.

When it comes to successfully convicting someone of fraud, the prosecutor must present evidence that the alleged victim suffered injury, their statement is reliable, the intent to deceive was present, the false statement of material fact was known, and the defendant intended to deceive the victim. At Vindicate Law, our fraud defense attorneys promise to carefully examine your case to achieve the best results for you.

We understand that the penalties for fraud can vary based on different factors, including the defendant’s criminal background, the nature and magnitude of the crime, and whether it is prosecuted as a misdemeanor and felony, automatic felony, or federal crime. Potential penalties may include community service, restitution to the victim, up to 364 days in jail and a fine of up to $5,000 for a gross misdemeanor and felony, up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine for a Class C felony, and up to ten years in prison and a $20,000 fine for a Class B felony.

No matter the specifics of your case, you can rely on our fraud defense lawyers at Gravis Law to guide you through the process and provide strong legal representation.

However, first, we must talk about your situation. Fill out the form below or call us at the number above and let’s get to work on your case