Federal White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers

Charged with or under investigation for a white collar crime, such as embezzlement or fraud?  Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today.

Many people charged with fraud have been under investigation for many months or even years before they are arrested and charged with a federal fraud crime.  This means that federal prosecutors have a significant head start gathering evidence and developing their case. The attorneys at Morse & Morse, L.L.C. have the necessary knowledge and resources to provide you with the best opportunity for a successful defense.

When you hire us to defend your criminal charges, you get multiple attorneys and a network of professionals on your side, including criminal defense consultants, forensic accountants, and private investigators. We work as a team to develop and present the clearest case possible for a federal judge and jury.

Federal Securities Fraud:

Securities fraud includes many types of deceptive actions: churning, unsuitable investments, misrepresentation or omission of information to the client, unauthorized trade or investments, and failure to follow directions. The attorneys at Morse & Morse offer experienced representation for those under investigation by the federal government and individuals formally indicted by the federal government in all types of federal securities fraud crimes, including:

  • Insider Trading
  • Investment Fraud
  • Financial Advisor Fraud
  • Fraudulent / Illegitimate Business Corporations
  • Nondisclosure
  • Manipulation of Stock Prices (penny stocks)

Mail and Wire Fraud:

Mail and wire fraud are some of the broadest federal charges that can be used to bring almost any case into federal court.  Mail and wire fraud charges can be pursued in connection with most white collar crime cases.

Generally speaking, mail fraud/wire fraud exists when the U.S. Postal Service, FedEx, or other interstate carrier, or when Internet, e-mail, facsimile, radio, telephone, or other forms of wired communications are used in connection to a scheme to defraud someone. This can include communication that involves fraudulent solicitation to fraud-related financial transactions — such as a check or wire transfer of funds, mortgage fraud, or investment fraud.

Mortgage Fraud:

After the financial climate of loan defaults and foreclosures in 2008, the federal government has become more active in investigating and prosecuting alleged mortgage fraud schemes.  The government’s scrutiny of mortgage loans and bank transactions has led to innocent investors, sellers and brokers finding themselves facing federal mortgage fraud, real estate fraud, and mail/wire fraud charges.

Mortgage fraud and real estate fraud involves a material misstatement, misrepresentation or omission relied upon by a lender (i.e. bank) to fund, purchase or insure a loan.  There are various mortgage fraud schemes including silent second schemes, fictitious/stolen identity, inflated appraisals, foreclosure schemes, property flipping, and air loans.

Medicaid Fraud/Medicare Fraud/Private Health Insurance Fraud:

In recent years, legislation has placed an emphasis on health care fraud as it established and continues to create health care fraud strike forces focused on cutting down on health care fraud in the United States. As a result, health care providers are faced with close scrutiny of their health care practices, including their billing practices. The government aggressively investigates and prosecutes providers suspected of fraud.

We represent doctors, surgeons, pharmacists, medical supply companies, nursing homes, hospitals, medical clinics, home health care agencies, and other medical providers facing charges or allegations involving all types of health care fraud, such as: Billing for services not rendered, Prescribing and billing for unnecessary services, Overcharging for medical services, Up-charging, Fraudulent billing for durable medical equipment (DME) supplies, Other false claims submitted to Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance, Kickbacks or self-referrals or any other conspiracies to commit health care fraud.

Money Laundering:

Many people do not realize that they are at risk of being charged with money laundering. However, if you are accused of committing an illegal activity, and accused of using the proceeds from that alleged illegal activity, you could face federal charges for money laundering. What’s worse — you could face asset seizure of all property derived from the alleged illegal activity.

Public Corruption

Criminal allegations or charges involving public corruption can destroy a public official’s reputation and jeopardize his or her career. Public and political officials are constantly under intense public scrutiny. When suspicions arise of a criminal investigation or federal indictment, every action of the official is closely examined by law enforcement, prosecutors, the media, and the general public.

Our criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of clients facing corruption investigations and charges.  We provide confidential legal counsel to clients who have been formally charged or who are under investigation for public or political corruption, including: Extortion, Bribery, Embezzlement, Accepting illegal kickbacks, Abuse or misuse of public funds, Conspiracy, Money laundering or any other white collar crimes.

Start Protecting Your Rights Immediately if You Are Under Investigation or Have Been Charged.

At Morse & Morse, L.L.C. in Palm Beach County, Florida, we dedicate our practice to defending the rights of the accused. From our office in West Palm Beach, Florida, our attorneys accept federal clients throughout the United States.  Contact Morse and Morse, L.L.C. today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.

Contact Morse & Morse, L.L.C. today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.

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