Credit Card Fraud
Don’t face credit card fraud charges alone. Hire Michael L. Fell for your defense.
We all know how easy it is to get in financial trouble by misusing credit cards. But many people don’t realize just how easy it is to end up in criminal trouble. They think all credit card fraud cases are about stolen, forged, altered, or otherwise counterfeit cards or card numbers.
In reality, innocent mistakes involving your very own credit card could just as easily lead to a criminal charge.
For example, you could be accused of credit card fraud if you appear to have knowingly tried to use your own credit or debit card when it was expired or when you did not have enough funds to cover a purchase. You might also end up in trouble if you misunderstood what a friend or relative authorized you to purchase with their card.
The good news is…
Michael L. Fell Takes All Kinds of Credit Card Fraud Cases
Whether you are accused of fraud involving your own card or a stranger’s, Michael L. Fell can help. He will start by making a careful study of all the evidence in your case to determine what is the right strategy for your specific situation. This strategy will of course address any related charges you may be facing, such as:
- Identity theft
- Internet fraud
Don’t Give Up on Your Case!
Even if the evidence against you is very strong, you should never just give up on your case and plead guilty without counsel. After all, it would be a very rare case indeed where an experienced credit card fraud defense attorney like Michael L. Fell could not provide at least some measure of sentencing relief.
In fact, Michael L. Fell is well known for his success in “creative sentencing.” He has helped many clients secure highly favorable plea deals by drawing upon his detailed understanding of how prosecutors think—an understanding gained during his 18+ years working on the other side of fraud cases as a Senior Deputy District Attorney in Orange County. Odds are, he can help you secure a favorable plea deal too.
Call Now to Hire Michael L. Fell
If you have questions about credit card fraud allegations or need representation for an active investigation or pending charge, please call us at (949) 585-9055 now.