Los Angeles Organized Fraud Attorney
What is Organized Fraud?
Organized fraud is defined as fraud committed by an organized group, be it a small or large company or non-profit organization, in order to steal from unsuspecting individuals. These types of charges carry severe penalties and will normally be investigated by federal agencies such as the FBI, IRS and SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission). The crime of fraud is defined as deceiving another individual or individuals for financial profit. A few types of organized fraud include:
- Get Rich Quick Schemes
- Phishing (obtaining of sensitive personal information such as user name and passwords)
- Bank Fraud
- Investment Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Mail Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Over billing
- Using donations for activities other than promised
If you are facing charges, a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney should be contacted immediately to examine your case and begin strategically putting your defense together.
Enlist powerful legal defense today!
Our firm understands the confusion, stress and intimidation you are likely going through. If you have to face organized fraud charges, you need an extremely knowledgeable and capable criminal defense lawyer. The fines, criminal charges and imprisonment for organized fraud are very steep and can seriously impact your future. At the Law Office of Cron, Israels & Stark, we have over 100 years of combined experience and very credible, intelligent lawyers who have a substantial background of dealing with prosecutors and federal investigators. We can fight on your behalf and will not crumble under the extreme scrutiny you and your organization are about to go under. Federal investigators and prosecutors will treat an organized fraud case aggressively, so you need a strong legal counsel working on your behalf.
Organized fraud is a serious crime. Having an experienced lawyer on your side can make all the difference in your outcome. Contact one of our organized fraud criminal defense attorneys at Cron, Israels and Stark today
Related Fraud Crime Stories in the News:
Los Angeles Times - "Orange County Sting Targets Auto Body Shops for Insurance Fraud"
An insurance fraud sting targeting auto body repair shops in Orange County, California ended with the arrest of 53 mechanics. Each mechanic was charged with one felony count of insurance fraud.
Orange County Register - "Company Officials Accused of Stealing $1.5 Million from Employer"
In Santa Ana, California, a chief financial officer and accountant are to be arraigned on charges that they stole more than $1.5 million from their employer by processing over 800 fraudulent checks to themselves. They are charged with 40 felony counts of computer access and fraud. Both defendants face sentencing enhancements for property damage causing loss over $100,000 and aggravated white collar crime over $100,000.