White Collar Fraud Defense in Massachusetts
As a broad category with many variations, fraud is probably the most frequent white collar crime. Fraud involves the use of deceit, concealment and trickery to convert another's property for personal gain. Fraud can come in many different forms, including:
- Mortgage fraud and real estate fraud
- Banking fraud and credit card fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Health care fraud
- Medicare fraud
- Medicaid fraud
- Mail fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Consumer fraud
- Identity theft
There are many forms of fraud, but they are all prosecuted aggressively by the state and federal authorities. If you are facing fraud charges, the most important thing you can do is make sure you are working with an experienced attorney who truly cares about helping you get the best outcome possible. A conviction for fraud, just like a conviction for any white collar crime, could result in prison, heavy fines and a shattered reputation in the community.
Brockton fraud attorney Andrew H. P. Norton understands how aggressively the authorities prosecute fraud cases, and he never forgets what is at stake for his clients. He has been defending clients against fraud charges in Plymouth County and throughout southeastern Massachusetts for more than 20 years. He takes an aggressive approach marked by client-centered service, fighting to protect his clients' rights in the courtroom.
Aggressive Defense With a Client-Centered Approach
Andrew Norton understands how aggressively the authorities prosecute fraud cases, and he never forgets what is at stake for his clients. He takes an approach that emphasizes the client as the most important player in the case. As a lawyer looking out for his clients' interests, attorney Norton uses the knowledge gained by more than 20 years of legal experience to help his clients understand what is happening in their cases and what to expect. He gives them straightforward, honest assessments with the information they need to make smart decisions about their cases.
Contact Taunton Bank Fraud Attorney
To talk with a lawyer about your fraud defense, call or e-mail attorney Norton. He offers free initial consultations.