Fraud allegations in Nevada demand an experienced Las Vegas criminal defense attorney who focuses on white collar crime allegations. If your business and your reputation is on the line, you want to make sure you have someone on your side who thoroughly understands the state and federal regulations governing fraud in Nevada and across the country. Otherwise, you could risk losing everything you worked so hard for throughout your career.
Fraud generally is a white collar crime covering a broad range of illegal activities, including, but not limited to: banking fraud, mail fraud, credit card fraud, tax fraud, insurance fraud, health care fraud, internet fraud, real estate fraud, and securities fraud. Depending on the severity of the crime, a conviction can result in a prison sentence, not to mention a ruined reputation.
At Paul Padda Law, we understand the seriousness of such charges. That’s because our law firm was founded by two former Nevada federal prosecutors. We know how serious fraud allegations are and what they could mean to a business. That’s why we work so hard with clients to develop a strategy that addresses all their legal needs. We work tirelessly for clients striving to clear their name and get such charges dismissed.
Give your fraud case the attention it rightfully deserves
Our experienced Las Vegas fraud attorneys can help you explore all your legal options. We take the time to learn about your legal case. We listen. We then offer our advice and explain the legal options available to you. We don’t tell you want to do. You make the final decision. You’re in charge. We believe this is the right way to work with our clients. You deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Fraud allegations sometimes accompany other criminal charges. Some of the other charges clients facing fraud allegations often deal with include:
- Tax crimes
Knowing what to do when facing a charge of fraud be confusing. There are so many legal issues to consider. That’s why you need an attorney you can trust on your side looking out for your best interests. Don’t underestimate the seriousness of your legal problems. Contact us as soon as possible. We want to help.