Fraud encompasses a wide variety of crimes.
Someone may be charged with fraud if one of the following has occurred:
- The have entered into a fraudulent contract
- They have made false car/life/house insurance claims
- They have committed ATM fraud
- They have committed welfare fraud
- They have helped with mail fraud, telemarketing scams or wire fraud
- They have distributed false advertising
Those are just a few cases where fraud charges may be considered. Fraud is essentially tricking someone or lying to someone in order to have them give up their legal rights or something of value.
Because of the wide array of fraud out there, each case is unique and considered as such. If you have been charged with fraud, call our offices today for your initial consultation. The lawyers at Chavers & Guhl LLP are former prosecutors ready to fight for your rights.