Farmington Hills Fraud Defense Lawyer
More than Two Decades of Legal Experience: Call Today at (248) 599-0054!
Fraud is defined as the intentional deception or trickery of another to gain personal or financial gain. If you are being accused of fraud, you may face serious consequences such as jail time, hefty fines, probation, and a permanent criminal record. The judge may also think that punitive damages are fitting to compensate the individual who was defrauded.
In such a case, you may have to pay thousands of dollars in fees. With the help of an experienced Oakland County fraud defense attorney, your charges can be reduced or even dismissed. I, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law, represent clients throughout Farmington who face serious fraud charges. I guide clients through the extensive legal process, investigate their case, and develop a strong defense.
I know that fraud can result in serious penalties; that is why I work tirelessly to ensure my clients get the strong legal representation they need to protect their rights. If you face fraud charges, contact my firm to discuss the different option available for your case.
Our firm can represent those who are facing charges for the following types of fraud:
- Credit card fraud
- Mail fraud
- Identity fraud
- Internet fraud
- Check fraud
- Insurance fraud
Penalties for Fraud in Michigan
If you are convicted for fraud, you could face serious and life-changing penalties that can affect your freedom, future, and financial stability. For that reason, it is vital to have an experienced Oakland County fraud attorney on your side who can protect your rights. I, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law, am always ready to assist clients with any criminal defense case. All fraud penalties can be charged 3 times the value, whichever is greater, or both imprisonment and a fine.
Penalties for fraud are dependent on the amount of fraud:
- Less Than $200: Imprisonment for up to 93 days or a fine up to $500
- Between $200 and $1,000: Imprisonment for up to 1 year and a fine up to $2,000
- Between $1,000 and $20,000: Imprisonment for up to 5 years and a fine up to $10,000
- Between $20,000 and $50,000: Imprisonment for up to 15 years and a fine up to $15,000
- Between $50,000 and $100,000: Imprisonment for up to 15 years and a fine up to $25,000
- $100,000 or More: Imprisonment for up to 20 years and a fine up to $35,000
Experienced Fraud Lawyer in Oakland County: Call Today (248) 599-0054
Without the help of a lawyer, you may be forced to serve jail time and pay large fines. If you are asked to speak with an investigator, contact an attorney first before you do. I represent people throughout Michigan who face fraud charges, and I have more than two decades of experience helping clients with white collar crimes. I care about my clients, so I go out of my way to protect their rights and achieve the best possible results for their case. Regardless of how complex your case may be, I am equipped to help you and stand beside you from start to finish. I am proud to represent clients throughout Bloomfield, Troy, Southfield, Rochester Hills, Pontiac, Royal Oak, and Novi.
Contact Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law for a free consultation at (248) 599-0054.