Defense Against Allegations of Fraud in Colorado

If you’ve been charged with fraud, you will need a strong defense strategy to help you avoid lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines. It is vital that you consult with a knowledgeable and aggressive Denver fraud attorney who will be able to help you build the toughest defense possible. At the Law Office of Kevin Cahill, we have defended many clients accused of fraud and white-collar crimes over the last 10+ years. Representing individuals throughout Englewood, Glendale, other areas of Denver, and around the state.

Mr. Cahill can help you craft a rock-solid defense, increasing your chances of having the fraud charges against you reduced or dropped. In certain cases, Mr. Cahill may even be able to cut off investigations before they are released to the public, ensuring that your name and that of your business is protected.

Discuss your case in a FREE consultation with our Denver fraud attorney today! We are available 24/7.

What Constitutes a Fraud Crime in CO?

Fraud is a broad word that indicates deceit of some degree. Some of the most common types of fraud include credit card fraud, check fraud, insurance fraud, Medicaid fraud, Medicare fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, embezzlement, extortion, false claims, and bribery.

To constitute a fraud crime in Colorado, the following elements must be in place:

  • An individual or organization knowingly made a false representation of an important fact or event.
  • The false information was believed by the victim, or the person or organization to whom the representation was made.
  • The false representation was made with the intention that it would be acted upon.
  • The reliance on this false information resulted in a loss of money or property for the victim.

From this description, you can see that fraud is a fairly big “umbrella” term that covers a wide variety of crimes associated with intentional deception made for personal gain or harm to another, including many types of white collar and theft crimes.

Fraud crimes may be active or passive, meaning the crime could either be based on false representation of information, or the concealment of that information. Fraud crimes can also be committed for the benefit or a person or an organization.

To build a fraud case against someone, law enforcement officials will often investigate and gather evidence against a target for months or even years. By the time the authorities are ready to go to court, their case is often very strong, and the chances of conviction are incredibly high.

What is Fraud?

As mentioned above, fraud is a general term that covers a wide variety of criminal behaviors. Below, we’ve listed some of the cases we’ve defended frequently:

Is Fraud a Federal or State Crime?

Depending on the type of activity, fraud can be a state crime, federal crime, or both. If you’ve been charged with fraud in Colorado, you could be found in violation of state and federal laws simultaneously and may be prosecuted for both at the same time. A charge of this severity demands the best defense possible from a lawyer who is familiar with both Colorado and federal laws.

Kevin Cahill has years of experience in both Colorado and federal court, as well as a proven track record of success in both areas. Mr. Cahill has helped numerous clients battle fraud charges in South Denver, Glendale, Englewood, and beyond. When you contact Mr. Cahill, he can help you understand the charges facing you, and develop a plan to avoid conviction while limiting liability and helping protect you or your business’s name. With Mr. Cahill’s expert counsel and fearless representation, you can protect your freedom, finances, and future.

Kevin Cahill Can Help You Beat Fraud Charges in Denver

Fighting a fraud charge may be a daunting legal challenge, but it’s also one that can be mastered with solid legal representation. To successfully beat a fraud charge, you’ll need the assistance of a Denver fraud attorney intimately familiar with local and federal fraud laws. A top fraud defense attorney knows when and where to strike to fight this type of charge.

Kevin Cahill has represented many clients across Colorado, pulling from his years of training and experience in federal and Colorado courts to gain favorable results. Whether you are being investigated or have already been charged with a fraud crime, Mr. Cahill urges you to contact him as soon as possible.

One of Kevin Cahill’s main goals is to strategically defend you in a way that prevents the government from taking action against you in the first place. In certain situations, he may be able to put an end to an investigation before it is released to the public or an indictment has been made, saving your reputation, and sparing you the pain and embarrassment of going through trial. However, if it does become necessary to go to court, Kevin Cahill will craft a smart, aggressive strategy for you, pulling from his years of criminal fraud defense.

Need a Fraud Attorney for Charges in Denver?

If you are facing charges, do not face them alone. Discuss your case with our Denver fraud attorney. Contact him today to take the first step towards defending your rights, finances, and name.

You can reach Mr. Cahill at (720) 548-2990, or fill out our free online form and we’ll get in touch as soon as possible.

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