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Most fraud arrests are the result of a belief that an individual committed a crime. However, there are times when the police are overzealous or mistaken in this belief. If this happens to you, your reputation and freedom are at stake, so you should not hesitate to contact a New Hampshire fraud lawyer. At Kalled Law Offices, PLLC, we fight for clients charged with criminal offenses in the Ossipee, New Hampshire area.

What Crimes Are Considered Fraud?

Fraud is a general term that is used to describe a variety of different crimes. In most situations, fraud results in felony charges. However, some cases may result in misdemeanor charges. Any fraud conviction is serious and will impact your life well into the future, but felony charges are always more serious and carry harsher penalties than misdemeanor fraud convictions.

A variety of crimes falls under the category of fraud, such as:

  • Credit card fraud
  • Identity fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicaid fraud
  • Creditor or depositor fraud
  • Telemarketing fraud
  • Misapplication of property
  • Wire fraud
  • Sports bribery
  • Commercial bribery

Regardless of the type of fraud charges you may be facing, you should seek representation from an experienced lawyer who will aggressively defend your rights and fight for you. If you need a New Hampshire fraud attorney, get in touch with our firm for legal representation from attorneys with decades of trial experience.

Possible Consequences Of A Fraud Conviction

When convicted of fraud charges, an individual is at risk of penalties that include fines, jail time and an order to repay the money gained as a result of criminal activity to the victim. Jail or prison terms can vary widely, depending on the type of criminal offense, whether the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor or felony, and other factors. In addition to criminal penalties, having a fraud conviction on your record can also make future employment difficult, if not impossible, particularly in certain industries and jobs. Protect your reputation and your future by calling Kalled Law Offices, PLLC, at 603-945-7259 or email our criminal defense lawyer.