San Francisco Fraud Defense Lawyers

Internet use, the housing meltdown and financial crisis have all contributed to an increase in charges of fraud. People who work in financial institutions at lower-level jobs, for example, may find themselves charged with bank or mortgage fraud despite having no intentional part in the crime. Usually, these individuals have no criminal record and are overwhelmed by being thrown into the criminal justice system.

At Jayne Law Group, P.C., our San Francisco fraud attorneys represent individuals in California who are charged with all types of fraud, including mortgage, bank, securities and wire fraud. We understand white collar crime laws and have experience handling the large volumes of documents involved.

With experience as a prosecutor, we know both sides of fraud cases. For a free consultation, please call 415-623-3600.

Oakland Mortgage Fraud Attorneys Providing State And Federal Fraud Defense

Our experienced defense lawyers represent people charged with:

  • Mortgage fraud Various parties can be charged with mortgage fraud, including homeowners, real estate agents, mortgage brokers, loan officers and builders. You may also be charged with bank fraud, wire fraud, illegal underwriting or falsifying loan documents.
  • Bank fraud — This includes fraudulently taking money from a bank via check fraud, forgery, and mail and wire fraud. It is also often charged in connection with mortgage fraud. If a bank employee is charged, we may be able to prove that he or she was following a superior's orders or lacked the requisite intent to defraud.
  • Securities fraud — This involves deceiving investors by presenting false information about their investments and can also include insider trading. Because securities fraud often involves the Internet, wire fraud is commonly charged as well. We have considerable experience with securities fraud defense for corporations and individual company officials.
  • Wire fraud — This refers to any crime involving use of the Internet, phone, an ATM, radio or television. It is often charged in connection with crimes such as identity theft, computer crimes, drug conspiracy and trafficking, and Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) violations. Many federal agencies, including the FBI, IRS, ICE and FDIC, may be involved in prosecuting wire fraud.

There are usually multiple parties involved in white collar crimes. We will make this clear to prosecutors and/or juries as we work to get charges reduced or dismissed. We will also explain honest mistakes in bookkeeping or other circumstances that have been mistaken for fraudulent actions.

Contact Our Bay Area Bank Fraud Lawyers

To discuss your case with our San Francisco and Oakland mortgage fraud lawyers, please call 415-623-3600 or contact us online.