Click to call 602-254-8880 24/7 CLICK HERE FOR FREE CONSULTATION

Fraudulent Schemes | ARS §13-2310

Watch this video of David Michael Cantor explain Fraudulent Crimes in Arizona.

 

Fraudulent Schemes occur when a person knowingly obtains any benefit by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, promises or material omissions, and this is done pursuant to a scheme or artifice. It is not necessary that the victim actually relied on the fraud. This also includes a scheme or artifice to deprive a person of the intangible right of honest services.

Have you been charged with Fraud in Arizona? A Fraud conviction will have lifelong consequences. You have no chance of getting charges dismissed, reduced or an acquittal without expert criminal defense representation.

Click Here To View Our Fraud Crime Case Victories

Fraudulent Schemes Penalties:

First Offense: Sentences range from probation up 12.5 Years Prison

If the amount of benefit received by the Defendant due to their fraudulent scheme is valued at $100,000.00 or greater probation is not available.

Second Offense: up to 23.5 Years Prison
Third Offense: up to 35 Years Prison

If you face charges of Fraudulent Schemes with inadequate legal representation, you will face the maximum allowable penalties. DM Cantor has the necessary experience needed to successfully defend these serious charges and fight for your freedom. Some possible defenses against the charges of Fraudulent Schemes are:

  • Lack of Intent
  • Miranda Rights Violation
  • Denial of Right to Counsel

Free Consultation with a Fraud Crime Lawyer
– Click Here to Schedule –

David M. Cantor is an AV® rated Certified Criminal Law Specialist and thoroughly versed in all areas of criminal law. DM Cantor have the proven track record when it comes to defending charges of Fraud.

What is Your Future Worth? Call DM Cantor at 602-307-0808 or Contact Us For a Free Case Consultation.

For more information about charges of Fraudulent Schemes, please refer to our parent site for DM Cantor.

Click Here for Free Consultation
With a Fraud Lawyer
Comparison Questions to Ask
When Hiring a Lawyer


Request a Free Consultation

Fill out the form below to recieve a free and confidential intial consultation.

Click here for important legal disclaimer.


ASSOCIATIONS

[contact-form-7 id="8118" title="Exit Intent"]