A Prosecutor's Burden Of Proof In Fraud Cases

Fraud encompasses a broad range of criminal charges that typically involve some allegation that deception was used for financial gain. Convictions carry harsh penalties, including fines, restitution and lengthy prison sentences.

If you are being investigated or have been accused of committing fraud in North Carolina, the lawyers at Randall & Stump, PLLC, are here to protect your rights. Fraud charges are complicated, highly technical, and require an attention to detail. Not every law firm can provide an effective defense.

We know how to handle these cases, because we have defended clients against serious, complicated white collar crime charges in both state and federal court. Attorney Sam Randall IV is also a board-certified specialist in state and federal criminal law.

Call 704-286-6942 to learn your rights during a free initial consultation with one of our skilled criminal defense attorneys.

Have You Been Accused Of Fraud?

Our lawyers are prepared to defend you against any of the following charges you may face, including:

  • Bank fraud
  • Credit card or check fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare or Medicaid fraud
  • Ponzi schemes

The prosecution bears the burden of proof in these cases and must demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt that you deliberately defrauded or deceived another person or organization resulting in your financial gain.

Our attorneys are well-versed in fraud defense strategies and know how to expose and seize upon weaknesses in the prosecution's case. For instance, if a search warrant was flawed, the evidence seized may not be used at trial. We will do everything in our power to help you obtain the best possible outcome.

Get An Aggressive Defense

If you have been charged with fraud, get a tough attorney immediately who will ensure that your rights are not trampled by an overzealous prosecution. Email us or call today at 704-286-6942 or toll free at 800-565-1435 to set up a free initial consultation.