Guiding You Through Theft And Fraud Crimes Accusations
Being charged with theft by shoplifting, theft by taking, or other theft and fraud crimes can have very serious consequences. At Hirsch Criminal Defense, attorney Matt Hirsch takes these charges very seriously. He works closely with clients from the moment he takes their case and guides them through the legal system toward a resolution. He has helped people throughout DeKalb, Cobb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties.
If you or someone you love has been accused of theft or fraud crimes, he can answer your questions and help you determine the right criminal defense strategy for your unique situation.
Were you charged with theft by taking from an employer? Many times a company will blame every financial shortage they have on an accused employee. Attorney Hirsch will work diligently to assure that if you are charged with theft by taking from an employer that you are not falsely accused by a company trying to account for unrelated financial losses.
In addition, attorney Hirsch represents individuals who have been charged with having stolen goods in their possession.
Seeking To Protect Your Freedom And Reputation
Theft crimes can be very serious charges which can carry felony punishment of up to a 10-year sentence. In addition to up to a 10-year sentence, you may be facing a large restitution amount to be paid to the alleged victim and to be tacked on to your sentence. Attorney Hirsch will work diligently on your behalf to attack the charges and secure a resolution for your situation.
If the situation of your theft case calls for a negotiated resolution, you can count on attorney Hirsch to professionally and discreetly negotiate on your behalf with your best interests in mind.
At Hirsch Criminal Defense, you will find an attorney who diligently represents people who have been accused of fraud crimes in DeKalb County and throughout the greater Atlanta area. These white collar crimes can have a serious impact on your future, so he takes the charges seriously. He prepares your case for trial by building a strong and effective criminal defense that takes into account the facts of your case.
Defending Clients In Many Fraud Situations
The firm can provide representation for many different types of fraud, including:
- Check fraud
- Bank deposit account fraud
- Fraud activity or false statements during a bankruptcy proceeding
- Using a computer to commit fraudulent acts
- Defrauding government agencies
- Health care-related fraud
- Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Mail and wire fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Public corruption
- Securities fraud
- Tax fraud
- Credit card fraud
Many of the cases attorney Hirsch handles involve the alleged theft of ATM cards. In these cases, defendants face charges relating to both the theft and use of the card (financial transaction card theft and financial transaction card fraud) — even if these separate charges relate to only one event. Prosecutors often use the double charges as leverage in your case. They agree to drop one if you plead to the other. Many lawyers encourage you to take this deal. However, it is not always the best way to protect your interests.
Criminal defense lawyer Matt Hirsch has the experience necessary to pursue favorable results in your fraud case. Settlement isn’t always the best option. In fraud cases, like other areas of criminal defense, he does not hesitate to take your case to trial if necessary.
Representing Your Best Interests
If you are accused of theft by shoplifting or theft by taking from a corporation, and you try to negotiate your way out of it on your own, the corporation often will want you to sign your rights away in order to get you to agree to a payment plan or a guilty plea. The corporations have lawyers working for them, and you should have an experienced attorney working for you.
Do Not Do It Alone. Get Help From Our Lawyer.
Accused of stealing? Know your rights and fight back. To schedule your consultation with the attorney at Hirsch Criminal Defense, use the contact form or call the Atlanta, Georgia, law office at 404-919-7096.