Cape Cod Bank Fraud Attorneys

Being arrested for bank fraud can affect every aspect of your life, but it represents a particular threat to your professional future. However, it is important to keep in mind that a bank fraud charge is not the same as a conviction. Though you may have been arrested for defrauding, or attempting to defraud, a financial institution, you still have rights, and you need a knowledgeable and committed attorney to help you through this challenging time.

Cape Cod bank fraud attorney James Powderly has successfully defended over 1,000 clients. You deserve aggressive and experienced legal representation if you are to protect your freedoms and present a strong defense. Call 508-343-0676 to find out what we can do to help you.

Allegations of Bank Fraud

Though you may not have been arrested for bank fraud, you might be concerned that you are suspected of it. In this case, it is good to know some of the things your accusers might be looking for. You might be suspected of bank fraud if it is believed that you:

  • Wrote a fraudulent check
  • Committed ATM fraud
  • Fabricated a loan document
  • Made false statements to a bank official
  • Forged signatures on a check or legal document
  • Deceived a bank

If you have been arrested for any of the above actions, it is likely that the prosecutors are already building a case against you. You must act now in order to build a strong defense, and our experienced Cape Cod bank fraud attorneys are here to help.

Contact Us

Bank fraud charges are serious, and as such, you should do everything you can to protect your personal and professional future. For the legal representation you need, contact a qualified, dedicated Cape Cod bank fraud lawyer. Call James Powderly at 508-343-0676 today.


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