Are you facing fraud allegations in Florida? Broadly defined, this crime is described as the intent to deceive another in some manner toward the end goal of personal gain. Fraud can take on many forms, including the following:
If convicted of a fraud charge, you could face up to 30 years in state prison and extremely high fines - even up to $1 million. The U.S. government and the Florida State government take these types of crimes very seriously. The penalties you receive will depend on a number of factors, including your intentions in committing the fraud. When you retain me as your Miami criminal defense attorney,
I will sit down with you and assess all the facts of your case in order to begin building the proper defense strategy. With more than 30 years of experience, I understand how to approach fraud charges and how to effectively protect the rights and futures of the men and women I represent.
Other firms pass cases off to inexperienced paralegals, but at Jonathan Blecher, P.A., you can rest assured that the same attorney you meet with during your free case evaluation will be the attorney representing your rights and interests in court and at every stage of your case. If you want a strong lawyer who will be by your side all the way, call my Miami fraud defense firm today.