Miami Fraud Crime Lawyer: Organized Scheme to Defraud
Defense Lawyer for Charges of an Organized Scheme to Defraud in Miami
The term organized scheme to defraud usually relates to a scheme taking place within an organization where an accountant or a treasurer, who is responsible for earned and paid revenues conspires with a person who allegedly steals the money. Organizing a scheme to defraud is generally defined as a systematic and ongoing series of actions intended to defraud one or more persons by false or fraudulent pretenses or representations. When the operation falls apart, and is discovered, usually both individuals are charged with organizing a scheme to defraud. If you are charged with organizing a scheme to defraud, you could face large fines, prison sentences and restitution of the money stolen if convicted. In Florida, organizing a scheme to defraud is a felony.
Fraud Attorney in Miami
If you have been accused of organizing a scheme to defraud, you need to have effective, competent and experienced legal counsel. The law firm of Seltzer Law PA has the necessary experience and expertise to protect your legal rights, and build an effective strategy against the state's case against you. David Seltzer is a former prosecutor who knows how the prosecution thinks and prepares for a case. Our attorneys are dedicated to their clients' interests and will do everything possible to bring about a favorable result in your case.
With our help, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands, and that everything possible will be done to obtain a dismissal of the charges. The crime of fraud requires an intent to defraud on behalf of the defendant. Many times, the prosecution's case will fall short of proving beyond a reasonable doubt that one knowingly intended to defraud. Don't hesitate in calling a knowledgeable, experienced fraud criminal defense attorney if you are charged with organizing a scheme to defraud. Contact us today for a free evaluation of your situation.