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In New Jersey, allegations of financial fraud carry severe consequences and penalties in the event of a conviction. Particularly during the global economic and health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, there is greater scrutiny and vigilance for those who are allegedly taking advantage of people’s health and finances. At Team Law, our experienced New Jersey Financial Fraud Lawyers build a strong and careful defense strategy for clients facing charges of financial fraud.
We understand the nuances and particular needs of each and every client facing financial fraud charges. We will fight for your rights and help to provide clarity in moving forward with your life and ultimately protect your interests. Whether you are facing charges involving counterfeiting, credit card fraud, or transfer schemes, our legal team is here to protect you.
When Team Law is your representation, you can be assured that we will never push you to accept a plea bargain just to resolve your case. Instead, we are ready to put in whatever work is necessary to get you the best possible outcome in your matter. Contact us today to set up a free case evaluation to discuss your legal rights and options when facing criminal charges of financial fraud.
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In New Jersey, examples of prohibited financial fraud include the following:
Generally, when financial fraud is committed, a person is asked to send financial account details, which allows someone to access their account. In other situations, a person may be asked to send money in exchange for goods or services that ultimately are not provided or are worth less than the funds that were sent.
At Team Law, we are ready to handle your defense and understand that the body of evidence involved in financial fraud cases is often vast and complex. We will challenge:
In New Jersey, when faced with financial fraud charges, it is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. At Team Law, our New Jersey Financial Fraud Lawyers are ready to represent you through all phases of the investigative and judicial process. Given the severe consequences of a financial fraud conviction, our legal team takes these matters with the severity and respect you deserve. We are here to support you – we will fight for your rights and interests. Contact Team Law for a free and confidential consultation.
Yes – even if you are facing criminal charges, the alleged victim(s) of your crimes may also file a civil lawsuit to seek compensation for the funds that were allegedly fraudulently obtained. While it may be possible to delay a civil lawsuit until your criminal charges are resolved, your alleged victim(s) can still succeed in a civil lawsuit, even if you are acquitted of your criminal charges. The burden of proof in a civil lawsuit is much lower than the burden of proof to convict someone for a crime.
Possibly. If you are convicted of your criminal charges, the court may impose restitution. Restitution is money that you pay to the victims of your crime to compensate them for the financial losses they suffered as a result of your criminal activity. Accordingly, it is important to have an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney to help you navigate the potential complexities of your case. Contact Team Law for a free and confidential discussion.
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