Skilled Defense Against Fraud Charges

Depending on the details of an alleged act of fraud, you could face misdemeanor or felony charges in Maryland. While a felony is far more serious, even a misdemeanor conviction can result in jail time and long-term consequences, such as a criminal record.

Our attorneys have extensive experience defending people against a variety of misdemeanor and felony property crimes, including fraud. There are many ways to skillfully defend against fraud charges, and we encourage you to contact us for a free consultation to discuss your options. Call 301-579-3429 to reach our office in Upper Marlboro.

Our founding attorney, Thomas C. Mooney, was named 2011's Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Maryland Association for Justice.

The Legal Help You Need To Protect Your Future

We get the best possible results in fraud cases by drawing on our in-depth knowledge of the law and our aggressive legal skills to create defense strategies that work. We are well-prepared to help you face a variety of fraud charges, including:

  • Credit card fraud
  • Check fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Pyramid scheme fraud
  • Other types of fraud

Your best defense strategy depends on the circumstances of your case, your criminal history and your priorities. We work with our clients very closely to help them identify goals as we create and execute their defense.

The media has covered many of our high-profile cases. Read about some of our bigger wins here.

Many times, we prevail in having our clients charges dismissed or significantly reduced. Other times, we win not-guilty verdicts at trial. When a conviction cannot be avoided, we do everything within our power to obtain sentences that do not include jail time.

What Are Your Options? Get Your Free Case Review.

Contact us today to sit down with one of our experienced lawyers and discuss your case. We would be happy to answer your questions and give you our honest opinion about your fraud defense options. Your initial consultation is completely free of any charge and obligation. Call 301-579-3429 or submit this form to reach our law office today.