Credit Card Fraud Charges in Miami
Miami Federal Criminal Defense Attorney
Credit card fraud is a federal crime that relates to attempting or carrying out a scheme to defraud others and involves credit or debit cards. Simple
theft may be involved, as in a case where an alleged perpetrator physically steals another's credit card and uses it. Credit card fraud may also be carried out via the internet, hacking, or other
computer crimes. Essentially, the offense would involve misrepresenting information, counterfeiting,
forgery or any other form of fraud or deceit to possibly obtain another's credit card information or to defraud vendors by using a counterfeit card.
Making the choice to involve a criminal defense attorney may have a significant impact on your case. You may currently be at risk of facing felony charges in federal court, and having an attorney at your side even before charges are formally filed against you can help ensure that you have the opportunity to avoid charges in the first place, or at the very least to lessen the charges or the potential penalties you may otherwise face.
Contact a Miami Credit Card Fraud Lawyer Today
Miami credit card fraud lawyer Michael Mirer offers a free initial consultation to discuss your legal matter. Whether you are currently under investigation or have already been charged, attorney Mirer can step in and begin working to protect your Constitutional rights from here on out.
The legal system can be made to work in your favor, even in the presence of physical evidence that federal agents or the prosecuting attorney say prove that you committed credit card fraud. What if you were the victim of an unreasonable search and seizure? What if federal law enforcement violated protocol or your rights at some point in the investigation? Attorney Michael Mirer may be able to use this in your favor, filing a motion to suppress evidence or negotiating with the prosecution to lessen your charges or have your case dismissed. Find out more about how our firm can help you challenge your charges; contact Miami federal defense attorney Michael Mirer today.