Though generically referred to as “fraud” cases, matters involving allegations of such criminal activity can take several forms.  Fraud charges can involve the following situations:

  Bank Fraud Mail Fraud
  Bankruptcy Fraud Medicare Fraud
  Check Fraud Medicaid Fraud
  Computer Fraud Motor Vehicle Fraud
  Construction Fraud Securities Fraud
  Credit Card Fraud Tax Fraud
  Healthcare Fraud Unemployment Fraud
  Identify Fraud Wire Fraud
  Insurance Fraud Workers Compensation Fraud
  Internet Fraud  


If you are charged with fraud, or are currently the target of a fraud investigation, it is imperative that you obtain representation from an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney.  In fact, the investigation phase of the prosecution is often the most important part of the process.  Your criminal defense attorney can conduct an independent investigation, interview witnesses, negotiate with the prosecutor and lay the foundation for a legal defense. 



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