Fraud Charge for Former Epix Exec
Fraud Charge for Former Epix Exec
Emil Rensing, former Chief Digital Officer for the Epix network, was arrested and charged with fraud. Rensing was in Manhattan at the time of his arrest. According to federal investigators, Rensing is alleged to have defrauded the network of at least $8 million over the five years he was employed there. According to the criminal complaint, Rensing used false identities and stolen identities to create fictitious vendors, which then billed Epix for services.

Fraud lawyer in Los Angeles County

If you’ve been charged with fraud, or a similar crime like embezzlement, you need an experienced fraud lawyer to help you defend yourself in court. Los Angeles defense attorney Robert Helfend is ready to defend you in court. Mr. Helfend has more than 30 years of criminal defense experience in Los Angeles and Southern California and can help you build an effective, rigorous criminal defense, even when you face the most serious charges.

When prosecutors build a case against you, they start with the assumption that you’re guilty of the charges. If your attorney cannot aggressively rebut that presumption – if you cannot raise significant doubts about the evidence against you – judges and juries will accept the prosecutors’ charges, even when they may not be true! Mr. Helfend will challenge prosecutors to make their case against you and will fight aggressively to get charges against you reduced or dropped. When the circumstances won’t allow the charges against you to be reduced or dropped, Mr. Helfend will try to provide the best possible resolution for you.

When you’re facing serious felony charges, you want an experienced aggressive attorney like Robert Helfend to take your case. Don’t wait, and don’t take a gamble on a less experienced fraud lawyer.

Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County fraud case.

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