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Deception & Fraud

Deception and Fraud Defence Solicitors

If you or someone you know is facing allegations of deception or fraud, seeking immediate legal advice is crucial. Our dedicated team of Deception and Fraud Solicitors specialise in providing expert legal representation to individuals or groups accused of deception or fraud offences.

Why Choose Our Services

Accusations of deception or fraud can be distressing, jeopardising reputations, relationships, and careers. Our experienced team understands the complexities and stress associated with fraud cases and is committed to providing comprehensive legal support to safeguard your rights and achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

With a track record of handling various deception and fraud cases, we offer:

  • Expert Evaluation: We assess the evidence against you impartially and provide expert evaluation to ensure the best possible outcome.
  • 24/7 Availability: Our team is available round the clock to offer professional guidance and support at every stage of the process.
  • Comprehensive Representation: From representing you at the police station to providing expert representation in court, we ensure your rights are protected and you are treated fairly throughout.
  • Preparation and Support: We help you prepare for trial, advise on your plea, and assist with bail applications and appeals if necessary.
  • Reputation Protection: Our goal is to minimise the potential negative impacts on your reputation and your loved ones.

Understanding Deception and Fraud Offences

The Fraud Act 2006, which came into force on 15th January 2007, outlines three broad categories of fraud offences:

  1. Fraud by False Representation (Section 2): Involves making false representations with the intent to make a gain for oneself or cause a loss to another.
  2. Fraud by Failure to Disclose Information (Section 3): Occurs when an individual fails to disclose information when there is a legal duty to do so, with the intent to make a gain or cause a loss.
  3. Fraud by Abuse of Position (Section 4): Involves abusing one's position to make a gain for oneself or another, or to cause a loss to another.

In all cases, the individual must have acted dishonestly and intended to make a gain or cause a loss. Fraud offences carry the risk of a custodial sentence of up to 10 years.

Legal Assistance and Protection

Our team is dedicated to providing proactive legal assistance and protection throughout your case. We ensure your rights are upheld, and we strive to minimise the impact of any conditions imposed, preparing you thoroughly for trial and providing expert representation in court.

Contact Us Today

If you are facing allegations of deception or fraud, don't face them alone. Contact our Deception and Fraud Defence Solicitors today for immediate legal advice and support. Safeguard your rights and secure the best possible outcome for your case.

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