The most common subsets of white-collar crime are fraud and embezzlement. Whether your charge involves credit card fraud, mail fraud, tax fraud, falsifying government contracts, or other forms of embezzlement, it is crucial that you seek the help of a skilled defense attorney as soon as possible. It is likely that law enforcement has been building a case against you for several months. You need a vigorous, aggressive defense to counter their thorough preparation.
Our Central and Northern Michigan embezzlement attorneys at Barberi Law have over 50 years of combined legal experience in a wide range of criminal defense areas. With a former prosecutor on our defense team, we understand that you can feel that your personal and professional life is being threatened by a faceless prosecutor. It is our goal to carefully examine your charges and fully answer any questions you might have, including:
- I feel that I can set the record straight by talking to the police. Should I do that right now?
- Who prosecutes white collar crimes?
- What is the difference between forfeiture and restitution?
No matter your situation, we encourage you to contact our office to schedule a consultation with one of our criminal law experts.
Common Questions Our Michigan Fraud Lawyers Get
When you call us, we can answer any questions you have about fraud, such as the following:
- What is restitution?
When the judge orders restitution to be paid, this is the payment of a sum of money by the defendant to the victim. This money is designed to compensate the victim for the monetary costs of the crime that was perpetrated. Many state and federal laws require some form of restitution.
- Will I be able to return to my previous profession after being convicted of fraud or embezzlement?
In truth, it can be difficult to return to your original chosen profession after a criminal conviction. Many potential employers worry that behaviors from the past will be an indicator of your behavior in the future. If your current employment requires a state license, you are often required to notify the issuing authority and your license to practice your occupation may be jeopardized.
If you have questions regarding fraud or embezzlement defense, we encourage you to contact Barberi Law. If you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss your specific situation, call (989) 546-7124, or complete our online contact form.Contact Us Today!