Protection Against Fraud Charges
Conaway & Strickler, P.C. is a nationally recognized criminal defense firm with nearly 50 years of combined experience in state and federal courts. Our expertise includes defending clients accused of white collar crimes like fraud. The most basic legal definition of fraud describes it as an “intentional deception for personal or financial gain or to damage another person.” In federal criminal law, it can encompass medical or insurance fraud, bankruptcy fraud, tax fraud, credit card fraud, check fraud and similar concerns.
Federal fraud cases usually reach beyond a single state’s lines. They involve fraudulent activity that harms multistate or multinational operations, a national or international bank, a federal agency or the federal government itself. Federal fraud investigations are usually carried out by a U.S. attorney in conjunction with a federal agency such as the FBI, IRS or SEC. As such, defendants find themselves battling entities with vast resources at their disposal.
This is why working with our firm is crucial. With offices in Atlanta and serving throughout the United States, the lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. have the knowledge and experience needed to fight back against the might of the federal government.
We’ve Earned A Reputation For Success
Our knowledgeable, aggressive attorneys challenge the opposition at every step of the legal proceedings, and meanwhile build a staunch defense. If you are under investigation, we may be able to help you avoid charges altogether. If you’ve already been indicted, we will push to get the case dismissed while preparing to fight the charges at trial. Indeed, we’ve had cases dismissed many times.
Our proven record of successful outcomes includes a real estate developer charged with bank and tax fraud and a Fortune 500 employee accused of mail and wire fraud. In all matters, we apply our knowledge and resources to work toward positive legal results. We believe every defendant deserves a vigorous defense.
Reach Out To Us To Learn More
Initial consultations are always free, enabling us to assess your situation and inform you of the likely outcomes before you’re obliged to retain us.