Being accused of fraud is anything but a simple and minor situation. For many accused offenders, this allegation stems from his or her conduct in the work environment. Thus, a fraud charge could damage ones’ reputation, tremendously impacting the employee’s personal professional life. No matter the facts of the matter or evidence currently collected, those facing a white-collar crime, such as fraud, should understand the defense options available to them.
Whether it is a state or federal, misdemeanor or felony charge, a fraud charge could drastically and negatively impact the accused. At Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law, our experienced law firm understands the dynamics of these cases, guiding our clients in the Baton Rouge area successfully navigate their matter.
With over 15 years of experience, our attorneys have represented clients facing a wide variety of fraud charges. Whether it is bank fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, Medicaid fraud or embezzlement, we are well versed in the laws related to these crimes. Additionally, we understand the elements of these crimes, meaning we are aware of the prosecutions task at hand. Thus, our defense actions often rely on anticipating the moves of a prosecutor and poking holes in their case.
My challenging evidence, our goal is to have evidence used against our clients suppressed. The suppression of evidence could ultimately result in reduced or dismissed charges. To learn more, check out our law firm’s white-collar crime website. No matter the details of the charge or how helpless and overwhelmed you might feel, criminal defendants are afforded the right to assert a defense. Understanding your options and what strategies could meet your goals is your best bet at protecting your rights and avoiding harsh penalties.