Atlanta-Area Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Fighting Complex Fraud Charges
Federal fraud charges can cause people to feel confused and powerless. A charge is a life-altering event for not only the person accused, but family and loved ones as well. But if you have been charged with fraud in Georgia or federally throughout the United States, we can help guide you through the muddy waters of the legal system.
At the Atlanta-area Law Firm of Shein & Brandenburg, our experienced fraud criminal defense attorneys use over 20 years of consultation and representation experience to help clients charged with fraud crimes obtain the best possible results from a criminal investigation or prosecution.
Federal fraud cases are usually money and value driven; as the amounts involved increase, the potential consequences usually get more serious. Often evidence of the fraud and the money involved creates a complicated paper trail that must be analyzed as it relates to the case. We make every effort to uncover everything that will help our clients and potentially mitigate the outcome of their fraud charges.
What is Fraud and Money Laundering?
The United States government views fraud as the art of deliberate deception for unlawful gain. The term “white-collar crime” is often used to describe a full range of fraud crimes committed by individuals, businesses and government professionals.
- Medical fraud
- Pharmaceutical fraud
- Defense fraud
- Contractor fraud
- Tax fraud
- Bank fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Mail fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Wire fraud
- Conspiracy to commit fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Healthcare fraud
- Business fraud
- SSC fraud
Charges of money laundering are often related to fraud and drug charges. Money laundering is the practice of engaging in unlawful financial transactions to conceal the identity, source or destination of money.
Contact an Experienced Fraud and Money Laundering Defense Lawyer
When you are facing federal fraud or related money laundering charges, the sooner you get to an experienced Federal Lawyer, the greater possibility you may have of a favorable outcome. Fraud charges are complex; starting early gives us a chance to examine the details. Contact our criminal defense law office online today, or call our Atlanta law firm at 404-633-3797