If you’re charged with fraud, Fraud can cover a range of charges from mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, or forgery. Fraud is defined to be “an intentional perversion of truth” which induces another person to “part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right”. Because fraud covers such a broad scope of possibilities, securing legal representation early is in your best interest.
If you’re charged with a Drug Crime, being charged with a drug trafficking, distribution, or drug possession with intent to distribute can include serious penalties or jail time. The most important first action you should take is to contact a defense attorney. Each case is different but having representation that knows the criminal system can make all the difference.