Serving Indiana Since 1994

We Fight Fraud Charges In Indiana

The complexities of fraud charges should not be underestimated by anyone. The federal and state governments aggressively prosecute instances of fraud and will pursue the steepest available sentences. If you’re the target of such an investigation, you deserve a thorough, unrelenting defense.

At Bob Zoss Law Office, LLC, our lawyers have spent their careers defending clients from criminal charges of all types. Our firm was established in 1994, and since that time, people across Evansville and the rest of southern Indiana have turned to us in their most dire legal situations. For those facing fraud charges, we bring the strength to preserve your rights and the insight to help you make smart decisions about your defense.

How Does Indiana Define Fraud?

Facing a fraud charge often comes with the obvious question of “What counts as fraud?” Indiana’s law specifically notes that fraud is a crime where a person uses deceptive tactics to gain access to property, information or benefits. There are multiple provisions in the law that cover tactics that people may use.

The law is written intentionally broad because fraud can cover so many types of activity. However, that broadness does mean that prosecutors can be “creative” in their pursuit of suspects. And when prosecutors get creative, that’s when a person’s rights are most in jeopardy.

Types Of Fraud

There are numerous crimes that fall under the umbrella of fraud and can include:

  • Identity theft
  • Medicare or Medicaid fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Welfare fraud

These crimes can be pursued both federally and at the state level. Our team of criminal defense attorneys understand the pressure these charges put on you at every point in your life. We will work hard to remove that pressure and let you focus on moving forward.

Dedication. Compassion. Strength.

Our firm’s entire focus is on you and your rights. We will work as hard as necessary to protect your freedom and your future. Reach out today for a meeting by calling 812-266-9609 or sending an email using this form.