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Chicago lawyer can help with mail fraud charges

| Nov 5, 2014 | White Collar Crimes |

There are many crimes that seem to get dramatized in late night television shows. As a result, many people in Chicago are familiar with assault, embezzlement and blackmail. However, mail fraud is frequently a complex accusation that many people know little about. Luckily, the attorneys at the Law Office of Stephen L. Richards have experience with such charges and can help you fight if you are accused or are suspected of such crimes.

Mail fraud involves fraud that is committed through use of the mail. As a result, a person who faces such a charge likely faces other charges related to white collar crimes. For example, if a person is allegedly mailing in fraudulent credit card applications, he or she will likely face both credit card and mail fraud charges. In some cases, this type of fraud is included in complicated schemes that require knowledge and experience in order to seek the best possible outcome.

We can help you if you are facing such charges or are being investigated. In some cases where we have intervened in the investigation stage, we have been able to prevent charges from being filed. However, we are willing and capable of negotiating a plea deal or fighting for you in court should the need arise.

With our experience with mail fraud cases in Chicago, we can help you examine all the options available. Once we have discussed the best course of action, we can help you pursue it. For more information regarding what we can offer our clients, please see our page dedicated to the issue.

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