Allegations of fraud can encompass a wide range of activities from the bookkeeper who is accused of writing checks to him or herself to more complex embezzlement or misappropriation situations that may be the basis for federal charges. No matter what manner of fraud charges you are facing, you need to take them seriously. Apart from consequences such as jail and restitution, fraud convictions damage reputations and careers.
Often, the subject of a fraud investigation may know in advance that he or she is being investigated. This is especially true when the alleged fraudulent activity is of a more complex nature.
It is important to take immediate steps to protect yourself at the first signs of an investigation. The sooner you begin building your defense, the better. Secure the representation of a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
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At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our attorneys have been defending our clients' rights since 1977. We know how to effectively counter the investigations the government bases fraud charges on. Our decades of experience provide our clients with the advantages they need to ensure that they are able to secure the best possible resolution to the charges they are facing.
Our firm is AV* Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell's peer-review rating system, the highest available rating.
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Contact The Connecticut Fraud Defense Attorneys Of Brown Paindiris & Scott
When you are being investigated for or charged with fraud, skilled and experienced counsel can help you defend your rights, career and future. The lawyers of Brown Paindiris & Scott have decades of experience defending the rights of the accused. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our Hartford fraud defense lawyers, call 860-266-7024 or toll free at 877-783-5367, or contact us online.
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