Fraud Crimes Attorney in Florida, California, New York, Texas, and the U.S. District Court of Puerto Rico with 20+ years of experience, fluent in Spanish.
Fraud is a broad “umbrella” term for a category of offenses involving some type of deceit. These offenses can include anything from minor credit card fraud or embezzlement to large-scale insurance fraud. If you have been charged with a fraud offense, it is imperative that you work with a fraud criminal defense lawyer who can help you build a strong, effective defense strategy. The Law Offices of Thomas W. Mote II, P.A. is prepared to provide you with the defense you deserve.
What Is a Fraud Crime?
To be considered fraud, the crime must have elements of intentional false representation and/or abuse of a position for self-serving purposes. Crimes of false representation or concealment may also be considered fraud, depending on the circumstances. Many of these cases involve extensive investigations by law enforcement or federal agencies before charges are made. In fact, by the time you are arrested, law enforcement may already have months or years of evidence gathered against you.
Miami Fraud Attorney Thomas Mote is ready to use his experience to help clients facing the following charges:
- Money Laundering
- Fraud and Tax Fraud
- Identity Theft and Aggravated Identity Theft
- Credit Card Fraud
- Medicare and Mortgage Fraud
- Worker’s Compensation Insurance Fraud
Aggressively Defending the Accused
Fraud is a complex white-collar crime. Enlist the help of an experienced Miami fraud crimes lawyer to defend you. Attorney Thomas Mote understands the serious charges you are facing and the impact they can have on your life. He is known for his tenacious defense strategies and commitment to achieving the best possible outcome for clients.
If you are facing fraud charges, call a free initial case consultation in English or Spanish, call (305) 374-MOTE (6683) or WhatsApp +1 786 525 9362.
20+ Years of Experienced Representation
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