The Merriam-Webster dictionary offers several definitions for fraud, one of them being the “intentional perversion of truth in order to induce another to part with something of value or to surrender a legal right.”
The FBI compiles common fraud schemes that include but aren’t limited to: advance fee schemes, business fraud, credit card fraud, fraud against senior citizens, funeral and cemetery fraud, health care fraud, insurance fraud, investment fraud, “Ponzi schemes,” telemarking fraud and reverse mortgage scams.
A fraud conviction can result in extensive jail and prison time, as well as fines, restitution, community service, job loss and even a ruined reputation. A fraud conviction can also lead to disastrous and diminished quality of life.
If you’ve been accused of fraud in the state of Pennsylvania, then it’s time to give Bill Peters at the Peters Law Firm a call now.
Peters knows the fraud laws as they pertain to the state of Pennsylvania and he has the diligence, proficiency and the resourcefulness to create a strong and sound fraud defense case for you.
Peters graduated from the University of Scranton with a bachelor’s degree in both political science and history before receiving his Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. He is a member of the Pennsylvania State Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. With a thorough understanding of fraud laws for Pennsylvania, Peters was also named by the National Trial Lawyers as a “2016 Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorney.” His knowledge of the criminal justice system in Pennsylvania is unparalleled and will be used to build you a strong fraud defense, while fighting for your rights and interests.
You’re facing fraud charges, and it’s imperative that you contact a Pennsylvania fraud defense attorney that can best protect your rights and your interests. You need the services of Bill Peters of the Peters Law Firm. Peters will examine your case and will take its subtle and complex issues to build a successful and full-bodied fraud defense one fact at a time. Let him fight for you today!