Fraud is defined as a non-violent crime involving deceit, subterfuge, false statements or actions intended to gain access to the property or assets of another person or company. Fraud can be charge in both State and Federal court There are many types of fraud including:
If convicted fraud crime you could be looking at years or even decades in jail or prison. It is important to get in front of fraud charges as soon as possible. If you have been charged or even if you have only learned of an investigation, contact the experienced attorneys at Ascheman Law to help you with these serious charges.
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