Fraud and other so-called white collar criminal charges often take months of investigation before the police make an arrest and prosecutors press charges. If you have been questioned by a federal or state investigator, or you have already been charged, get straight answers from an experienced New Jersey attorney before you say anything to the prosecutor.
Fraud charges are often complex and require a thorough understanding of financial laws and RICO regulations. Investigators often don’t understand the evidence they need for probable cause and mistakes can lead to a dismissal of charges or a reduction to a non-federal offense. Protect your legal rights by calling 732-303-7857 to schedule a free consultation with Clark & Clark today.
Fraud Cases Our Attorneys Have Handled
The New Jersey criminal defense lawyers at Clark & Clark have handled hundreds of criminal charges involving fraud. As former Monmouth County prosecuting attorneys for 30 combined years, we have been involved in many fraud cases. It might help to know that prosecutors spend a lot of time trying to work around mistakes made by investigators and police. As your defense counsel, we apply our knowledge to look for those mistakes and find every opportunity to seek a dismissal or a penalty that will result in restitution, rather than jail.
We represent people charged with fraud and white collar crimes at the federal and state level, including:
- Federal Wire and Mail Fraud
- Tax Fraud
- Medicaid and Medicare Fraud
- Embezzlement, Pilfering
- Document Forgery
- Forged Checks
- Theft by Stolen Credit Card and Credit Card Skimming
- Theft by Deception
- Theft of Services
- Identity Theft
The time to call 732-303-7857 to speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer is before an investigator asks you the first question. The earlier you get legal representation, the better your chances will be of getting the best possible outcome. Contact Clark & Clark, LLC, by phone or online for a free consultation.