Defending People Accused of Bankruptcy Fraud
Bankruptcy fraud allegations may include actions such as concealing assets, completing multiple filings, or falsifying information in an attempt to file for bankruptcy in an illegal manner. Non-disclosure of assets in a bankruptcy petition is the most common form of bankruptcy fraud.
A key factor in bankruptcy fraud charges is that the prosecuting attorney must prove the intent of the defendant. That intent must have been to commit fraud, intentionally and willfully.
In addition to charging bankruptcy fraud the government frequently includes allegations of mail fraud, wire fraud, false statements and money laundering.
Call Sacramento Criminal Defense Lawyer Kresta Daly – (916) 440-8600.
If you or someone you know is currently facing federal criminal charges involving bankruptcy fraud, consult someone with experience in successfully defending against bankruptcy fraud charges. Sacramento federal criminal defense lawyer Kresta Daly has experience defending clients faced with bankruptcy fraud charges.
To schedule a consultation please contact Kresta Daly at (916) 440-8600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.