Defense for Fraud & Other White Collar Crimes
Facing criminal charges for an act that you did not commit can be difficult and frustrating, to say the least. First and foremost, it is important to talk to your Orange County criminal defense attorney before providing any information. Any information that you give to a prosecutor or investigator can end up harming you in the end. Talking to your lawyer before providing any information, even if you believe it will secure your innocence, is a wise idea. Here at the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry our legal team works diligently to ensure that our clients’ rights are protected in any type of criminal or white collar crime matter.
Despite the specific charges you are facing, taking the time to invest in a criminal attorney will prove to be beneficial in the end. Working with an attorney with extensive experience in the area of criminal defense will benefit your case in more ways than imaginable. First and foremost, your lawyer will be on your side until the resolution of your case; they will investigate the charges against you and stand up for your rights. When choosing to work with our lawyer, we will go a step further. Our fraud defense attorney will work with you until we are sure that a powerful defense has been created. We will not rest until we know that our defense is sufficient enough to stand up to the powerful prosecution in court.
What is fraud?
Fraud is known as a criminal charge of intentionally deceiving another or defrauding another in hopes of personal gain or damage to another person as the intended outcome. It can come in the form of taking money or valuables, or providing false information for personal benefit.
Some of the many types of fraud are as follows:
- Bankruptcy Fraud
- Bank Fraud
- Identity Theft
- Insurance Fraud
- Tax Fraud
If you have been charged with any of the above offenses or another crime that you believe may fall under the category of “white collar crime” or a crime of finances or business, it is immediately important for you to call our law offices. We focus primarily on the defense of crimes and we will be able to review your case at once. Involving an attorney at your soonest convenience is always the most suggested path to take. Before stepping into court or answering any questions regarding the alleged offense that you have been accused of, talk to our Orange County white collar crimes lawyer.