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Addressing allegations of fraud

When allegations of fraud surface, it is pivotal to make sure you immediately evaluate your options. These charges can bring serious consequences, extending beyond time in prison and costly financial penalties. In fact, your reputation could be damaged beyond repair and the charges could haunt you for years to come. Whether you have been accused of mail fraud, tax fraud, or any other form of fraud, the way in which you handle this situation could have a significant impact on your future. Our law office understands the uncertainty and anxiety that fraud charges can bring for people in Atlanta and across the whole state of Georgia, but this is no time to give up.

Tax Fraud: Woman has emotional breakdown in trial in Georgia

Tax Fraud: Being charged with a serious crime can be an emotionally challenging experience for many people. This is particularly true if a conviction can result in significant time behind bars. This seems to be what one woman is experiencing during her recent trial surrounding state tax fraud charges in Georgia.  (You can be charged at the state level or the federal level for these type of charges, although it is more commonly charged at the federal level)

Tax Fraud: Tyrone Brooks Jr. pleads guilty in Georgia

Tax Fraud: Elected public officials are an integral part of democracy in the United States. Typically, these individuals are held to higher ethical and legal standards. However, even elected officials can make mistakes which can result in legal problems. This is what is happening with former Georgia State Rep. Tyrone Brooks Jr. who was charged with various white collar crimes.

Tax Fraud: Married couple faces tax fraud charges in Georgia

The United States tax system is designed for the benefit of all citizens and taxpayers. The funds collected from taxes help to pay for many social services and the infrastructure necessary to maintain society. There are a number of laws aimed at maintaining the integrity of the tax system, and violating tax laws can result in criminal charges. This is what one couple is facing after they were charged with tax fraud in  federal court inGeorgia.

Accused of tax fraud? Don't let federal prosecutors bully you

There is a significant distinction between state and federal charges, but for many people in Georgia, there may be a significant amount of confusion between the two. Before a person accused of any crime can proceed, understanding the differences between these two types of charges can be crucial to a favorable outcome. Those dealing with federal charges such as insurance or tax fraud may have extra considerations to take into account.

Georgia suspects arrested for tax fraud

White collar crimes can affect individuals both legally and personally if they are convicted of the charges. Some of the most common infractions for which Georgia prosecutors seek convictions are tax fraud and identity theft. Throughout the years, millions of people have become victims of fraudulent tax filings, which has led to the arrest of suspects involved in tax rings. However, just because someone has been formally charged does not necessarily mean that are automatically guilty.

Georgia suspects arrested for tax fraud

White collar crimes can affect individuals both legally and personally if they are convicted of the charges. Some of the most common infractions for which Georgia prosecutors seek convictions are tax fraud and identity theft. Throughout the years, millions of people have become victims of fraudulent tax filings, which has led to the arrest of suspects involved in tax rings. However, just because someone has been formally charged does not necessarily mean that are automatically guilty.

Identity Theft: The government is getting aggressive

The government is getting aggressive in its fight against fraud and identity theft cases.  See Tax Return Preparer Convicted of Identity Theft as an example.  At Conaway & Strickler, we have handled many identity theft and fraud cases.  A criminal identity theft case can begin in many ways, such as being arrested trying to cash a fraudulent check at the bank.  Or, a person could be pulled over for a traffic infraction.  Once pulled over, a search by the police may turn up multiple IDs, multiple credit cards, etc. The arrest may begin at the state level, but the fe ds then work to build a federal case against you while they have you stuck under the conditions of a bond.  The biggest piece of advice we can offer if that person is you is DON'T SAY ANYTHING.  There are potential motions we could argue that could benefit your case.  The more statements one makes, the more information the government gains.  Contact Conaway & Strickler ASAP so that we can guide you to a positive resolution to your case.  

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