False Statements: Miami Federal Crime Defense Attorney
Have you been charged with making false statements in Miami?
Making a false statement is often charged in conjunction with a fraud crimes, as it entails providing false or misleading information in an effort to obtain credit or property (perhaps most frequently in the case of mortgages). David Seltzer, the lead attorney of our firm, was included on the 2010 list of Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ and has an Avvo Rating of 9.2 Superb. At Seltzer Law, P.A., we are dedicated to making ourselves consistently available to our clients, no matter what time of day or night they need our assistance. Being charged with a crime is a frightening and overwhelming experience, so enlist the help of someone who knows the system and has your best interests as the focus of every action taken, legally.
Many people provide slightly falsified or vaguely misleading information when applying for credit or mortgage, considering it to be a mere matter of "fibbing," and with no intent to cause harm. These people are often surprised to learn that what this is a federal offense. It is possible that your current situation is the result of a simple error or misunderstanding. In this case, we can argue that your actions had no fraudulent intent behind them, a defense that has been known to be successful in court.
A federal crime defense lawyer from our firm is available 24/7.
No single defense strategy is effective for every case, so we can't make a recommendation as to how we might proceed without first becoming familiar with all the details of your current situation. You have options, and a knowledgeable and creative lawyer from our firm can review these with you, in order to make a decision in consultation with you, that you are comfortable with. However you choose to proceed, you can rest assured that we will be there beside you the entire time, advocating for you and litigating on your behalf. Don't wait - contact us today.