Helping Clients Fight Serious Criminal Charges

If you were arrested or are under precharge investigation for fraud, you should reach out to skilled legal representation as soon as possible. If you are convicted of fraud, you could be facing significant jail time, restitution, a felony criminal record and other penalties.

At the law firm of Larkin, Ingrassia & Tepermayster, LLP, our New York fraud defense attorneys have the experience to defend clients against federal and state fraud charges. Our attorneys will protect your rights and pursue the best possible outcome to your case.

Conducting Careful And Aggressive Defense Investigations

If you have been accused of stealing money or property from an individual or business through deception, you may be charged with the white collar crime of fraud. The following are just a few examples of the circumstances that often result in fraud charges:

  • Forged documents: If you were charged with forging or altering documents in connection with an embezzlement or larceny charge, you may be facing an added fraud charge. This could increase your overall sentence if you are convicted.

  • Health care fraud: Federal prosecutors take an aggressive stance against nursing homes and other medical providers accused of overbilling Medicare and Medicaid. If you have been charged, you could be facing serious consequences.
  • Real estate fraud: If you were accused of falsifying mortgage documents, foreclosure documents or other real estate documents, you may need to defend yourself against federal or state criminal fraud charges.

Our attorneys will move quickly to conduct an independent investigation of your case, seeking all evidence in your favor and any weaknesses in the prosecution's case. We will then consult closely with you on the best criminal defense strategy for your case.

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From our offices in Middletown, Newburgh, and Kingston, we represent clients in the Hudson Valley and throughout New York state. If you have been charged, call us at 845-234-4852 or email us today to schedule a free fraud consultation.