Fraud • Embezzlement Charge • Theft
Embezzlement Sentence • Embezzlement by Theft
Fraud is defined as an intentional deception, or false statement, that is meant to injure a person. In its broadest sense, a fraud is a deception made for personal gain. The “injury” in fraud is the depriving a person of money or other property that rightfully belongs to that person. With such a broad definition, it is no wonder that there are so many different types of fraud, some examples include:
Credit Card Fraud
Fraud can be a complicated criminal offense that should not be confused with forgery, a similar crime. Fraud is a crime that typically involves general intent, while forgery involves a specific purpose and a specific thought process. Clearly the line between the two offenses is one that is best left to be determined by one of experienced Fraud Defense Attorneys.
Criminal fraud charges can be brought against individuals or a business. The penalties for fraud can range from heavy fines and probation, to serious prison terms. If you have been charged with committing fraud in Michigan, it is extremely important that you hire an experienced fraud defense attorney from Zaher. Our lawyers ensure that all of our clients receive accurate legal advice and that their rights are aggressively defended. Whether you have been accused of insurance fraud, credit card fraud, identity fraud, internet fraud, or any other form of fraud we can help you! The skilled fraud defense attorneys at our firm have more than 20 years of combined legal experience representing clients in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and other Michigan counties. It is our goal to have our clients cases dismissed, or have them acquitted. Call Criminal Defense lawyers today to discuss your case with a fraud defense lawyer
Know your rights. Don't forfeit them without a fight.
If you have been arrested or charged with a crime in Michigan or elsewhere in Wayne County, it is important to speak with an experienced Michigan criminal defense attorney about your rights and options. Many people know that they have rights when they have been arrested or charged with a crime.
Surprisingly, however, many people chose to essentially forfeit these rights by not fully utilizing their state and federal statutory and constitutional protections both before and after they are arrested or charged with a crime. People seeking legal advice often call us after they have already plead guilty or accepted some other resolution to their case and believe that they have made a mistake. Often, they felt pressured into accepting a resolution that they did not believe was fair or appropriate.
Unfortunately, by this time, it is often extremely difficult for us to assist them because their case has already been resolved. And, in Michigan, undoing a guilty plea can be very complex. In nearly every possible instance, it best to retain experienced counsel as soon as possible.
This allows your criminal attorney to explore all of your options and assist you in making a truly informed decision about how you should proceed. It also allows your lawyer to thoroughly review all of the evidence and properly investigate the matter.
The city or the state has the burden of proving their case in every criminal matter. Make them do it
In all Michigan criminal cases, the city or the county is required to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a substantial burden. In many cases, you may also have one or more legal defenses available to you. But these statutory defenses must be properly raised and argued.
All defendants have the right to an attorney at all court hearings. And, it is important that you have a lawyer by your side at all criminal proceedings. This is true even if you do not believe that the offense with which you have been charged is a serious one, and it is especially true if you believe that you have done nothing wrong and are innocent.
If you choose to hire us as your legal representation, we will handle all court appearances connected to your case. We will fight for the best outcome possible so that you can get on with your life.
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If you would like to talk directly to an experienced criminal lawyer or want your questions answered, please call us to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION. You may also reach us by e-mail or by completing the online form on our Contact Us page.
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Fraud & Embezzlement Defense Lawyers in Detroit, Michigan
Put 20+ Years of Experience on Your Side
If you have been charged with embezzlement or fraud crimes in Detroit areas, call and speak with our experienced Michigan Criminal Lawyer.
We handle all criminal cases in Detroit, Wayne County (MI) , Oakland County (MI) , Macomb County (MI) , Washtenaw County (MI) , Livingston County and Jackson County. We have criminal defense attorneys in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Dearborn, Warren, Livonia, Allen Park, Albion, Lincoln Park, Brighton, Howell, Saline, Monroe, Blissfield, Romulus, Southgate, Hamtramck, Woodhaven, Taylor, Redford, canton, Wayne, Harper Woods, Wyandotte, Livonia, Dearborn, Westland, Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos, Warren, Sterling Heights, Roseville, Eastpointe, Battle Creek, Oak Park, Hillsdale, Inkster, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Whitmore Lake, Plymouth, Farmington, Trenton, Flat Rock, Tecumseh, Clinton, Chelsea, Novi, Garden City, Westland, Northville, South Lyon, Milan, Brooklyn, Melvyndale, Ecorse, Belleville, Canton, and Sterling Heights. An attorney responsible for the content of this Site is M. Zaher, Esq., licensed in Michigan with offices at 18551 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, Mi. 48228. The information contained herein is not legal advice. Any information you submit to us may not be protected by attorney-client privilege.All or some photos shown depict models and may not be actual attorneys or clients. ** Prior Results Do Not Guarantee Similar Outcome.
24300 Southfied, Ste 210
Southfied, MI 48075
18551 W. Warren Ave, Ste 100
Detroit, MI. 48228
If you have been charged with a crime in Detroit ares, you must not forget that you have rights under Michigan laws . You have the right to remain silent, the right to a preliminary (exam) hearing, the right to a speedy jury trial, and the right to confront your accusers. However, it can be difficult to exercise those rights in the complex criminal justice system. That is why you also have the right to an attorney. call us and we will help you.
** Case Results - Prior Results do not Guarantee a Similar Outcome
Police interviews are designed to be harrowing and uncomfortable experiences and it can feel devastating. The police can lie to you, and they will lie to you in order to get a confession or evidence out of you.
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Defend your rights. You have the right to remain silent.
If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible about your options. Whether you’re accused of a relatively minor offense or a serious felony, a conviction could land you in jail, cost you a great deal of time and money, scar you with a permanent criminal record, and ruin your reputation.
All crimes, including both felonies and misdemeanors, must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a tough standard to meet, which may give a defendant opportunities to fight a charge. However, not every potential strategy may be obvious to someone who is not experienced in handling these cases. We have the knowledge, experience, and tenacity to investigate your case in detail and explore all of your options. It is important to retain an attorney as soon as you realize that you are being investigated. Sometimes hiring a criminal defense attorney in the Detroit area or in the Wayne county area early in the process can affect whether a prosecutor pursues charges.
We Keep Clients Informed
We believe that an informed client can help in the defense of his/her case. We review and share with a client all discovery received from the prosecutor. This means copies of all police reports, audio and video tapes, witness statement, scientific evidence such as DNA, ballistics, blood work, expert opinions & more.
We Formulate A Defense Plan
All criminal cases are different but we always have a defense plan based on our experience and tactics. Often the defense is simply a failure of the prosecution to prove the case. The burden is on the state to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Good cross examination can create that doubt.
We thoroughly investigate your criminal case. This means taking the statements of witnesses, independently testing the evidence, DNA, fingerprints, ballistics. We analyze the crime scene, take photos, use a lie detector, consult with experts - whatever it takes to win your case.
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