Marriage Fraud

Marriage Fraud

A common federally prosecuted crime is when a person knowingly marries another in order to evade any provision of our immigration laws. In a typical marriage fraud case, a United States citizen is paid to marry a foreign national in order for that person to obtain...
What is fraud?

What is fraud?

What is fraud? Our four criminal lawyers have vast experience in representing clients in criminal cases brought by the U.S. government dealing with crimes alleging fraud. In today’s economy, fraud and financial crimes require the expertise of experienced criminal...
What is fraud?

What are some examples of white-collar crimes?

What are some examples of white-collar crimes? White-collar crime is a term regularly used when referring to a number of Federal and state statutes criminalizing what is considered as business and financial crimes (as opposed to violent crimes). Some examples include...
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...

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