Have you been accused of committing fraud or another financial crime in Campbell County? There are a wide range of financial crimes which carry heavy civil and criminal penalties if you are convicted. Although these types of offenses may seem minor, state and federal courts impose harsh consequences. If you are convicted of fraud or a similar offense, you could face severe penalties including fines, prison time, and restitution. Additionally, your personal and professional reputation could be ruined by the charges.
At Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., we offer strong defense for fraud charges. Call us at (307) 257-7800 to learn more about how we can help.
Whether you are a business owner being accused of involvement in a scam or an individual who was accused of fraud, we can help. We recognize that you have a lot on the line, from your personal reputation to your freedom. If you are believed to be involved in a larger scale operation, you could be facing even more severe consequences and charges.
Our Gillette defense attorney at Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. is extremely knowledgeable and resourceful. Our team is dedicated to going the extra mile to investigate the details of your case to learn exactly what the prosecution may have against you. Our extensive skill and experience works to your advantage, as we aim to achieve a dismissal, reduction of charges, or other positive outcome in your case.
If you are interested in learning how we can protect your rights and freedom, give us a call now at (307) 257-7800. We are available 24/7 and offer free consultations.
Upon an arrest, a police officer will read your Miranda warning (commonly known as Miranda rights). Your Miranda rights include the right to remain silent to avoid self-incrimination and your right to legal counsel. If you have been arrested or investigated without being offered your Miranda rights, your statements may be deemed inadmissible in a court or criminal trial.
Though specific events can differ on a case-by-case basis, there are certain things that you can expect immediately following an arrest. If you are arrested, an officer may handcuff you and take you to Central Booking where you will go through initial processing. After, you will be processed for arraignment (essentially your first appearance before a judge).
The arraignment hearing is where you will be read your official charges, if a plea offer has been made by the District Attorney or judge, and in some instances, a bail amount will be made. You will have the opportunity to plead “guilty” or “not guilty” at this time. If you prefer, you can accept a plea deal made by the prosecution.
Even if you think that the case against you is too incriminating, do not make the mistake of thinking that you do not have options available to you. Working with a criminal defense attorney who has trial experience and criminal law knowledge can only improve your chances of securing a reduction in charges, or in some cases, acquittal or complete dismissal.
Results can never be guaranteed, but we can promise the following: