Charged With a Fraud-Related Crime?
Fraud is intentional deception made in order to bring about personal gain and/or to cause damage or loss to another. There are numerous types of fraud, examples of which include insurance fraud, bankruptcy fraud, tax evasion and business fraud. Whichever kind of fraud you have been charged with, it is essential that you obtain experienced white collar crimes counsel to aggressively analyze the different angles of your case, and to help bring about a desired outcome. High profile fraud cases in recent years have led to more stringent laws and penalties for those charged with fraud, and this is no less the case in the state of Texas.
In order to be convicted there must be sufficient proof established that the individual knew about the fraud and had the intention of committing fraud. The subtle and complicated issues of knowledge and intention require sophisticated representation in order to effectively address and minimize the perception of intent on behalf of the accused. The legal system, including prosecutors, law officers and court personnel can at times assume guilt at the outset with fraud charges instead of the constitutional right of presumed innocence. If you face fraud charges, it is imperative that you contact a Fort Worth white collar crimes lawyer at once to get the trusted defense you will need.
Fraud Defense Lawyer in Fort Worth
Ron Kovach is very well-versed in the complications and potential pitfalls related to fraud cases, including what the prosecution side is likely to do in the case. We will aggressively fight to protect your rights and interests, and we can help you in formulating a strategy best-suited to your particular circumstances, with the purpose of getting your name cleared of these damaging charges.
Contact a Fort Worth fraud attorney at the firm if you face fraud charges and need sound legal counsel.