Extensive History Handling Fraud And Theft Charges
Although there are wide variations of fraud and theft crime charges, they are all serious. Even a conviction for petit larceny can have negative ramifications. If you face theft crime charges, it is important to aggressively defend against these charges with the assistance of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
At Napier & Napier, we focus exclusively on defending clients against criminal charges that include fraud and theft crimes. Our lawyers carry on the tradition started by our father more than 70 years ago: providing strong defense for clients in Rochester, Canandaigua, and throughout upstate New York against criminal charges. We handle state and federal charges involving RICO, various forms of fraud and theft.
If you have been charged with a fraud or theft crime, call our qualified legal team for the support that you require at 585-504-0904.
Successful Defense Of Fraud Charges
Wire fraud and bank fraud are serious criminal charges. Since they are more elaborate and complex than average theft crimes, it is essential to work with attorneys who have experience in this specific area of law. Our lawyers have a history of successful defense of a variety of fraud charges. We have a thorough understanding of the preparation involved with this type of case, as well as the law and the processes involved with successfully defending clients against fraud charges. We handle cases involving:
- Mail fraud
- Bank fraud
- RICO violations
- Health care fraud
- Other forms of fraud
Assertive Advocacy After Theft Charges
In addition to the more complicated criminal defense solutions we provide against fraud charges, we also defend clients against charges that include:
- Petit larceny
- Grand larceny
- Other theft crimes
Our lawyers will take the time to give you an honest assessment of your case, answer your questions and remain available to you through the conclusion of your legal matter. With Napier & Napier, you will not be passed off to junior associates or paralegals. You will work directly with your attorney throughout your case.