Defending against Federal Fraud Charges
Experienced & Proficient Federal Fraud Lawyers in Portland
Fraud charges at any level are a difficult obstacle to face, but fraud charges at the federal level are uniquely and notoriously hard to handle. These cases are tried at a higher standard and both the process and the sentencing can be much more complex. The outcome of your case really can determine the course of your life and one of the best things that you can do for yourself is to speak with a Portland federal fraud lawyer early on.
Contact Kohlmetz, Steen & Hanrahan, P.C. online or call us today at (503) 303-0771 to schedule a free case evaluation. We can get started on building a strong case strategy right away.
Strong Defense for a Variety of Charges
Under federal law, fraud is considered intentionally misrepresenting or deceiving for the purpose of benefiting you or another individual. Fraud can happen in a number of ways and there are many laws covering instances of fraud, but they all have the possibility of considerable penalties, such as fines, prison time, restitution, and probation.
There are many types of fraud that our firm defends against, including the following:
- Credit card fraud
- Check fraud
- Identity theft
- Wire fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Medical insurance fraud
If you are suspected of fraud, our firm is here to help. We have more than 60 years of combined legal experience among our team and that is time we have spent in and out of the courtroom working hard for our clients. Our focus is on the client attorney relationship and we want you to feel at ease, knowing that you're in capable hands. We fight for our clients’ rights throughout all steps of the process and we continually seek the best possible outcome.
Contact Us for Well-Informed Legal Counsel
We have handled countless cases at the federal level, so we are extremely familiar with the laws and proceedings that are involved in federal fraud cases. Our federal fraud attorneys in Portland start by discussing your case during a free consultation, where we can look over the details of your case and determine the next steps. From there, we can begin investigating, reviewing, and working hard to build a case for your defense.
Have you been charged with fraud? Call our office at (503) 303-0771 for experienced, reliable representation.