Cell Phone Fraud

Cell Phone Fraud

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) broadly defines cell phone fraud as the unauthorized use or manipulation of a cell phone or its service. In most cases, this is accomplished by using a stolen phone or signing up for phone service by using false...
Elements of Postal Fraud

Elements of Postal Fraud

People accused of postal fraud can face prison terms and considerable fines. To ensure that you will not be wrongfully convicted of a crime you did not commit, contact an experienced business crime attorney to help you defend your interests. What is mail fraud? There...
Elements of Postal Fraud

Mortgage and Loan Fraud

The mortgage and credit industry is highly regulated, so any paperwork mistake made by an employee can easily lead to allegations of fraud. Although prosecutors must prove that a defendant attempted to commit fraud in order to be convicted, the defendants could suffer...
Elements of Postal Fraud

Negligence or Tax Fraud

While most people associate economic crime with embezzlement or the use of inside information, in reality some of the most common offenses involve tax fraud. Unfortunately, it is not that difficult to commit tax fraud unintentionally, which can lead to prosecution for...
Elements of Postal Fraud

Fraud Charges

Federal courts can issue court orders against those who are accused of violating certain economic crimes. In general, these precautionary measures limit the accused to dispose of or transfer his assets. This can have serious consequences for those unfairly accused of...
Elements of Postal Fraud

Organized Fraud

In Florida, when an individual defrauds another by hiding his identity and sending personalized sales messages to unsuspecting victims, he can be charged under the state organized fraud statute. Organized fraud is considered a serious crime, so if convicted the...

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