Criminal Defense & Social Security Disability Law

Effective Defense Against Charges Of Fraud

An allegation of fraud can be just as devastating as a conviction. It can affect how friends, family, and employers view you, because people equate fraud charges with being untrustworthy. Additionally, fraud offenses are viewed as crimes of moral turpitude, which means if you are a noncitizen, a conviction can drastically affect your petition for a green card or citizenship.

No matter what kind of fraud charges you are facing, you can rely on the Virginia law firm of Lawrence, Smith and Gardner, to help you navigate the criminal justice system. We are here to help you, not judge you. We understand the stigma associated with being accused of fraud and we will help you protect your reputation as well as your criminal record and your freedom.

Contact us online today or by telephone at 703-539-5825 to speak with a knowledgeable Fairfax, Virginia, criminal defense lawyer if you are facing fraud charges in state or federal court.

Are You Facing Fraud Charges?

If you are being investigated for any type of fraud charge, we can help you plan your next step. More importantly, once you are charged we will help you with every step from arraignment, prehearing, trial, plea negotiations and sentencing. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of cases involving fraud, such as:

  • Check fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Health care fraud

Many of these cases hinge on technical evidence, and our lawyers will scrutinize every detail to see if there were violations to your constitutional rights because search and seizure rules were violated. We will also make sure to consult with you if the prosecution offers any deals, and you will always have the ultimate say in how we move forward with your case.

We Have The Experience You Need. Contact Us Today.

At Lawrence, Smith and Gardner, we are committed to aggressively protecting our clients’ rights. Call 703-539-5825 to schedule a free telephone consultation or contact us online today.