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What Happens When You Are Charged with Bank Fraud?

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What Happens When You Are Charged with Bank Fraud?

You or someone you know may have questions about what happens when you’re charged with bank or any kind of financial fraud. Simply put, these are serious crimes. Contact an experienced federal attorney right away. 

What Types of Individuals Face Financial Fraud Charges? 

Almost anyone can face financial fraud charges. If convicted, you face a lengthy jail sentence and significant fines. Financial fraud isn’t limited to corporate executives, bankers, or mortgage lenders. Today, any individual who uses any type of deceit or fraud to obtain a loan or secure funds from a financial institution may be accused of fraud. 

Financial Fraud Charges Are Serious 

If you or someone you care about is accused of financial fraud, don’t delay assistance. Seek immediate legal representation from an experienced West Palm Beach federal attorney. You need a white-collar criminal law firm with the right know-how to achieve your best-case outcome. The Law Office of Patrick McKamey has successfully defended the rights of clients facing fraud and a range of white-collar criminal charges. 

Charges of financial fraud can have a negative impact on you, your business, and your family. Whether you lost money due to another party’s fraudulent practices or you’ve been accused of using unscrupulous practices to steal financial assets, you need an experienced federal litigator. We recover victims’ damages in financial fraud cases and defend clients accused of these white-collar crimes. 

Financial Fraud Cases in State and Federal Court 

Whether your case is tried in state or federal court, we stand by to navigate the countless steps necessary to prepare for trial. We file any appeals or processes. We work with you to create a custom strategy based on your case details. We practice in Florida state and federal courts and in various other jurisdictions as needed.  

Many financial fraud victims don’t know how to manage the complexity of our justice system. The stakes are also very high. We listen to the circumstances surrounding your case. We enforce your rights to achieve the best outcomes during the process. We fight for business and individuals. Our financial fraud litigation experience can help you or your loved one handle the legal formalities. If you need legal advice concerning a trial or appellate matter involving financial fraud, request a case evaluation now. 

What Is Financial Fraud in West Palm Beach? 

Residents of West Palm Beach and Florida face serious federal legal penalties if they are charged with financial fraud: 

  • 18 United States Code Section 1344 defines financial fraud as a criminal act, stating when an individual or group is found guilty of knowingly executing or attempting to “defraud a financial institution” or to “obtain money, assets, securities, or property” of a financial institution it faces up to 30 years in prison and fines of up to $1 million.
  • Anyone under federal investigation for financial fraud must operate within the confines of the federal criminal justice system.
  • More financial fraud charges are tried today than ever before. These cases are often filed on both the state and federal levels.
  • Expect financial fraud case proceedings to be lengthy and harrowing. 

Types of Financial Fraud Cases 

We will defend your legal rights in matters concerning ATM (automated teller machine) withdrawals, debit card transactions, hidden banking fees, identity theft, excessive late fees, illegal fund transfers, debit card transactions, inappropriate lending practices, phishing/spoofing, online or internet financial fraud, senior bank scams, overcharges, telephone funds transfer, bank employee theft, unauthorized fund or wire transfers and more. 

Contact Attorney Patrick R. McKamey or call (561) 220-6708 if you or a loved one is accused of corporate or consumer financial fraud. Discover the reasons why an experienced federal attorney can make a difference in your case outcome.

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