Minnesota Fraud Defense Lawyers Representing Clients Nationwide
It is not uncommon for reputable business owners with the best of intentions to be charged with fraud. Oftentimes, these charges arise when a legitimate business opportunity goes bad. Investors lose money, look for someone to blame, and accuse the executive or business owner of fraud.
Complicated Cases That Move Quickly
Once allegations begin flying, events can move very quickly. You can be charged with criminal fraud in state or federal court and face the prospect of decades in prison. Investors may also sue you in civil court. It is likely that your business assets will be frozen. You may need to declare personal and/or business bankruptcy – even if you are ultimately exonerated.
Talk To Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense: Call 612-474-5420
At times like this, it is essential to talk to an attorney who is experienced in defending clients charged with fraud. At Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, we take quick action protect you. Our attorneys are experienced in representing clients facing complex legal issues involving fraud and other white collar crimes.
We have the knowledge and resources to defend individuals and businesses charged with fraud in state or federal court. We represent clients charged with all types of fraud, including:
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Prescription fraud
- Bank fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Medicare fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Honest services fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Investment fraud
- Securities fraud
- Tax fraud
- Accounting fraud
- Corporate fraud
- Computer fraud
- Conspiracy to commit fraud
Mail fraud and wire fraud are among the most common federal fraud charges. Prosecutors can file these charges if you used a telephone or the mail in any aspect of the alleged fraud.
In all cases involving fraud, it is important to speak to a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Do not wait until you are arrested. Contact Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense immediately:
- If you suspect you are the target or a person of interest in a criminal investigation
- If you have been contacted by any state or federal agency
- If an authority wants to talk about your finances
- If you receive a subpoena for financial records or computer files
The earlier you contact us, the more legal options you will have available. In some cases, we can make an investigation go away. In other cases, we can influence whether or not you are indicted.
Please do not delay. To talk to a Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense attorney right now, call 612-474-5420. We are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We represent clients charged with fraud in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, throughout Minnesota and across the nation.