Types of Fraud/White Collar Crimes

Charged with Fraud in New Jersey?

When you need a New Jersey Fraud Lawyer, you need a lawyer who will fight aggressively to protect you and your family; you need a lawyer who has been a former Fraud prosecutor and has trial experience.

Are you under investigation for fraud or have already been charged with a white collar crime in New Jersey or in the Federal Court? If so, you need to speak with a experience fraud lawyer right away.

Employer, Corporate & Pre-Complaint Fraud Investigations

Many “white collar crime” investigations do not begin with an arrest. Instead, many fraud cases often start with an investigation in which witnesses are interviewed and evidence is gathered. These investigations can be conducted by an employer, corporate lawyers or security, or State and Federal law enforcement agencies. Many may even be done through a grand jury investigation where witnesses receive grand jury subpoenas to provide documents and testify in a grand jury without an attorney.

Even if you are served with a grand jury subpoena in State court or Federal court, you have rights! An experience New Jersey Fraud lawyer can file a motion to quash the subpoena or advise you of potential privileges you can claim.  You must consult with a Fraud lawyer asap if you have received a target letter or have been given your Miranda rights.  This means the investigation is centered around you or your associates.  An experienced fraud lawyer can even help clients avoid charges before any charges are filed if they are contacted early enough in the investigation.

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