If you have been charged with any variation of a fraud crime, you are looking at serious penalties. So, you need serious financial crime defense.
Often, the complicated nature of these charges involved thousands of pages of documents. It also involves bank reconciliations and a paper trail that could span years. Without an attorney experienced in financial crime, you run the risk of paying for a learning curve and a misappropriation of your critical defense funds into the wrong areas of concentration.
Ruane Attorneys has handled financial crimes since the company started in 2001. We deal with all types of white collar offenses. One of the biggest challenges in these cases is the state’s desire to resolve all cases the exact same way. They do this for the appearance of uniformity. Unfortunately for most clients, their situation, and case is as unique as they are, and they need someone to separate them from the usual suspects facing these charges. We can provide this service for our clients. We can help build your unique defense and present it in court so as to give you the best opportunity to defend yourself against the charges that you face. For more information, we are happy to discuss your situation during a free consultation.
There are many types of financial crime that a person may be accused of in the state of Connecticut. Financial crime refers to crimes committed against property. In this section of our website, you can learn more about the different types of financial crime, as well as what you can do if you have been accused of a financial crime. Getting help as soon as possible will be key in protecting yourself and your rights.
Basics of Financial Crime
First off, start with our basics section, which takes you through some of the foundational information that you will need about financial crimes. You can have frequently asked questions answered in this section, and you can also learn important facts about larceny and other financial issues. Finally, get a basic understanding of some of the most common financial crimes, such as larceny and theft.
You can learn more about different types of theft in this section of our website. You can learn about related offenses such as money laundering, burglary, and other common theft crimes in this section.
If you are searching for types of property and financial issues related to them, check out this section of our website. You can learn more about:
- Acquiring property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake.
- Obtaining property by false pretenses.
- Conversion of leased property.
- Conversion of a motor vehicle.
- Receiving stolen property.
If you face any of these crimes, click the link to learn more about them.
Types of Fraud
We also have a section here about types of fraud. Committing fraud could result in a federal crime charge.
We also have information about fraud charges in this section of our website. Here, you can find more information about issues such as:
- Types of Connecticut fraud.
- Bank fraud.
- Air bag fraud.
- Defrauding the public.
- Unlicensed contractor fraud.
- Welfare fraud
- Insurance fraud.
- Fraudulent use of ATM.
- Failure to pay wages.
Going to Court
Finally, we have information about going to court and hiring a lawyer in this section. Chances are that if you face a crime, you are unfamiliar with the court system. This unknown element of what you are going through can increase your stress and anxiety at this time. Understanding more about the court system and what will happen as you go through it can help you prepare for what is to come. You can learn more about the Connecticut court process for larceny and theft charges here.
Another element of this situation that you might be unsure about is the penalties that you face for a given financial crime. On this page, we go through punishments for each of the degrees of larceny to give you a better idea of what you are up against.
You also might not be sure if you should hire a lawyer at this time. In this section, we have several pages about hiring a lawyer, including some tips for finding the right attorney and how to go about hiring one.
Check out the financial crimes section of our website for information about this type of crime. If you have additional questions, feel free to reach out to an attorney.