Protection Against Credit Card Fraud Charges

Identity theft and credit card fraud crimes are on the rise across the nation. As such, leading law enforcement officials are using aggressive efforts to crack down on these crimes. Allegations of credit card fraud are very serious and can come with steep fines and prison terms for those convicted. These crimes are typically classified as felonies.

At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we offer aggressive defense representation to individuals facing fraud charges of all sorts. We adhere to the legal principle that all of our clients are innocent until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt. Based in Atlanta and serving throughout the U.S., our lawyers are genuinely invested in obtaining a positive outcome for your case and are dedicated to protecting your rights and interests.

Atlanta Credit Card Fraud Attorneys

If you or a loved one is being investigated for credit card fraud or has already been charged with related offenses, it’s imperative that you obtain the professional services of experienced attorneys and criminal trial specialists.

The lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. can ensure that your rights are fully protected and assist you through what is often a lengthy and confusing process. Each transaction allegedly completed with a stolen or fraudulently obtained credit card can be charged separately so you may be facing several counts of fraud in the event of a conviction.

To learn more, or to speak with one of our lawyers, reach out to our offices. You can call us at 404-445-6486 or contact us online. Initial consultations are always free. We’ve earned a reputation for successful legal outcomes, and stand ready to help you, too.

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