Arrested for Fraud? We can fight for you.
Fraud is obtaining goods or services under false pretenses and can be lying, using false documents, embezzlement, or identity theft. Depending on the value of the goods/services it can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. Some fraud charges were reduced to a misdemeanor by Prop 47.
Fraud is something that can be punished either civilly or criminally. If charged criminally, it is the kind of case where a dismissal can be obtained through a process known as civil compromise. It may be possible to argue that a felony should have been filed as a misdemeanor based on the value of the goods/services supposedly taken being below $950.
Every fraud case is different. I’ve been successfully defending and developing strategies to successfully defend fraud cases for over 17 years. I know what’s at stake for you, and I will use all my skills to make sure you beat the fraud charges.