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Minneapolis Fraud Defense Attorney

Experienced Representation for State & Federal Fraud Crimes

Fraud crimes are some of the oldest crimes in existence. While there are many different types of offenses that can be considered fraud, they all involve deception or misrepresentation in order to benefit financially at another’s expense. These crimes can range in complexity from simple scams to complex schemes – and they can carry life-altering penalties for those who stand accused.

If you stand accused of any fraud-related offense, especially at the federal level, retaining legal representation as soon as possible is crucial. At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A., our Minneapolis criminal defense lawyers are prepared to act immediately on your behalf to handle any pre-file investigation matters and communication with law enforcement. Our goal is to put you in the best position for a positive resolution from the very moment you reach out for help.

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When is Fraud a Federal Crime?

As with many crimes, the unique facts and circumstances will always determine the severity, jurisdiction, and penalties of a criminal charge. Fraud crimes are often felonies, and because of certain characteristics that draw the attention federal law enforcement agencies – including the FBI, SEC, and Secret Service – these offenses are commonly charged as federal crimes.

Common examples of federal fraud crimes include:

  • Tax Fraud
  • Mail Fraud
  • Wire Fraud
  • Identity Theft
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Bankruptcy Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
  • Embezzlement

Fraud offenses are often associated with people and businesses involved in the transaction of money. As such, many fraud crimes are considered white collar crimes, like wire fraud and securities fraud.

Penalties for Fraud Offenses

Factors such as the amount of money stolen, state or federal charges, the victims involved, and criminal history will play a role in what particular penalties you may face if convicted of fraud.

Generally however, convicted individuals can expect the following:

  • Prison – Incarceration can range from case to case, but individuals convicted of fraud crimes are often sentenced to lengthy terms of imprisonment, sometimes as much as 20 or more years.
  • Court Fines / Fees – A fraud crime conviction will result in extensive court fines and fees. For example, certain offenses like mail or wire fraud can subject you to up to $250,000 in fines for one offense.
  • Restitution – When there are victims involved, convicted individuals will often be required by the court to provide compensation for victims’ losses. Restitution is ordered in addition to fines.

Request a FREE Consultation With a Fraud Defense Lawyer in Minneapolis

Our legal team consists of a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist and award-winning attorneys who possess nearly a century of combined experience. When your freedom and future are on the line, it is precisely this level of experience you need in your corner.

From guiding you through the process to crafting defense strategies that challenge the government’s case against you, Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. will fight to put you in the best position possible. we handle federal cases throughout the Twin Cities and the state from our office in Minneapolis.

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Why Choose Us?

  • We’ll start your case with a FREE, no-obligation consultation
  • Attorneys Joseph Tamburino & Jill Brisbois are Board Certified Criminal Law Specialists, achieved by only 3% of Attorneys
  • We have represented thousands of clients and we have handled hundreds of jury trials
  • Our attorneys have worked as prosecutors and public defenders throughout the state
  • Our team is available 24/7 – when our clients need us, we’re there for them

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