A criminal offense of fraud involves intentional acts of deception through misrepresentation of facts by one or more individuals for the purpose of financial gain, to obtain benefits which they are otherwise not entitled, to deprive others of their property or assets, or to receive other types of privileges, compensation, or services which the accused would not have received if the true facts were disclosed.
Fraud may also be made by an omission or purposeful failure to state material facts, which nondisclosure makes other statements misleading. In short, omitting relevant facts is just as liable as manufacturing facts which are untrue.
Any form of fraud is considered a serious criminal offense, as fraud makes a direct impact upon the economy of the United States. Those who are facing fraud charges will face aggressive prosecution and therefore should immediately seek the legal advice and representation of legal counsel.
It is important to state that in order for the prosecution to obtain a conviction in a criminal fraud case, it must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt any alleged act deception was intentional.
Types of Fraud Crimes include, but are not limited to:
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David Kaplow received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton, his Master of Arts degree from the University of Chicago, and his Juris Doctor from Florida State University.
For over a decade, David Kaplow has been practicing criminal defense law on the Treasure Coast. When he began his career as an Assistant Public Defender, David Kaplow successfully defended his clients with dedication and compassion. He was quickly promoted to handle major felony charges while serving as the head of the Misdemeanor Division in Martin County.
David Kaplow has helped thousands of clients charged with both misdemeanors and felonies. He also has extensive experience representing clients in jury trials on charges ranging from misdemeanor offenses such as DUI, domestic battery and retail theft, to more serious felonies like drug sales, aggravated battery, sexual offenses, attempted murder and murder.