Federal Criminal Allegations in Phoenix, AZ
Bankruptcy Fraud is a federal offense. When one declares bankruptcy, it
is required that all the information submitted be correct. All assets,
whether cash, property or other asset must be fully disclosed. If it is
discovered that any paperwork submitted has omitted certain assets, you
can and will be charged with bankruptcy fraud. There has been an increase
in the incidence of such crimes in recent years and federal investigators
are carefully looking into bankruptcy cases searching for anyone who they
consider has committed this crime. If you have been charged with this
very serious crime, it is vital that you contact a Phoenix criminal defense
attorney without delay.
Arizona Bankruptcy Fraud Attorney
Any form that you have filled out in a bankruptcy, if it is found to contain
incorrect information or incomplete information regarding assets, you
are considered to have committed perjury. This is a felony offense. You
will be charged in federal court and will be facing some very serious
penalties, including prison time and fines. Attorney Anthony Knowles can
provide you with a skilled defense and will search out any area in the
case that could result in either a dismissal or reduction of the charge.
It is crucial that you are backed up by an experienced criminal defense
attorney familiar with the federal court system when facing this charge.
Some of the items that could cause this charge to be brought against you include:
- Falsification of documents
- Incomplete declaration of assets
- Hiding assets
- Destruction of documents
- False statements on bankruptcy documents
- Fraudulent claims
The federal investigations of such crimes are intense and the whole procedure
can be very frightening. You have every reason to be concerned about you
future if you are under this scrutiny. However, with an experienced bankruptcy
fraud defense attorney, your chances for a better outcome in your case
can be improved. There often is evidence that can be brought forward in
your defense, or possible law enforcement procedural errors that could
mean court challenges in your favor. Don’t take any chance when
you have been charged with bankruptcy fraud.
Ask Questions About Your Case During a Free Review
Contact Phoenix Criminal Attorney Anthony Knowles to review your case,
and answer your questions. It can be determined with such a review what
can be done to defend you in federal court. Attorney Anthony Knowles will
aggressively fight to defend you.
Contact an Arizona Bankruptcy Fraud Attorney from Knowles Law Firm, PLC if you have been charged with bankruptcy fraud.
Serving the federal courts of Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma and Flagstaff.