If you're being investigated for or have been accused of bank fraud, speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Typically, these types of cases fall under federal jurisdiction, which means they are pursued by a U.S. Attorney and handled in federal courts. On top of harsh prosecution for the offense, if you are convicted, you could face severe penalties that can affect you for the rest of your life.
For the experienced defense you need to fight your charges, reach out to Martin G. Weinberg, Attorney at Law. Our lawyer has handled legal issues of varying complexity in federal courts and knows how this system works. When you turn to us for effective counsel, we will skillfully guide you from the beginning of your case until its resolution. Our priority is to understand your goals and needs and develop a legal strategy to work toward a favorable outcome on your behalf.
According to federal law, bank fraud occurs when you knowingly use deception or fraud to obtain money or something of value that's owned by or under the custody of a financial institution. Although referred to as bank fraud, a scheme committed against a bank, credit union, mortgage business, or any institution insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Company (FDIC) would be considered illegal under this law.
Numerous types of activities could be charged as bank fraud, including:
Bank fraud is a serious crime, and as such, carries severe penalties.
If a person is convicted of this offense they could face:
If you've been charged with bank fraud, our Boston attorney is ready to provide fierce legal representation. We will fight aggressively for you and challenge any injustices that may have happened at any time during your case. Our attorney has effectively challenged Fourth Amendment rights violations and is not afraid to take on complex cases.
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