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VIOLATION: Client charged with attempted murder in the 1st degree. Defendant facing 25 years in jail.

RESULT: Client found not guilty after 3 week trial.

Recent Cases

Defendant charged with criminal possession of a weapon in the 2nd degree.

Defendant Facing 15 years incarceration

Result: Not Guilty - Jury Verdict after 1 week trial.

Recent Cases

Defendant charged with shooting over 15 rounds into residential building

Defendant facing 15 years incarceration

Result: Not Guilty - Jury Verdict after 2 week trial.

Recent Cases

Defendant charged with Robbery in the 1st degree

Defendant facing 25 years incarceration

Result: Case Dismissed - Upon motion by Defense

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Fraud

Fraud is generally classified as a “white collar crime.” A white collar crime refers to a wide variety of range of offensives usually involving deceit and concealment. White collar crimes generally involve a person violating a position of trust in order to achieve financial gain. In general, individuals convicted of fraud can expect a term of incarceration for up to 25 years in state prison in addition to harsh penalties that include hefty fines and possible forfeiture of personal property. Types of fraud include but are not limited to:

  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Bank Fraud
  • Computer Fraud
  • Unemployment Fraud
  • Sales Tax Fraud
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Medicaid/Medicare Fraud
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Mail and Wire Fraud
  • Internet Fraud
  • Social Security Fraud
  • Workers Compensation Fraud
  • Id Theft
  • Securities Fraud
  • Immigration documentation Fraud

Crimes of fraud are serious offenses and certainly necessitate an experienced attorney who is capable of navigating through the complex litany of legal procedure. Click here to contact the defense attorneys at Massena Law, P.C. if you or a loved one are facing charges of fraud or any other white collar crime.

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