Fraud Charges For Inglewood Brothers
Fraud Charges For Inglewood Brothers
An Inglewood man, the man’s wife and his brother face charges of fraud following their arrests last month. According to investigators, the men targeted people looking to obtain permanent legal resident status in the United States.

Investigators say that the men operated a consulting firm which dispensed legal advice. Neither man holds a California law license. In addition, one man’s wife faces charges of tax evasion and conspiracy. According to prosecutors, the men charged clients thousands of dollars for fraudulent legal assistance.

The trio will face nearly two dozen grand theft charges, in addition to conspiracy to violate Immigration Consultants Act. They will return to court in Los Angeles County later this month for matters related to the case.

Los Angeles fraud attorney

When you face charges of defrauding someone, hire an experienced fraud attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend has more than 30 years of experience in criminal defense. He takes cases in Los Angeles County and throughout Southern California.

His first priority will be to get the charges against you reduced or dropped altogether. Avoiding felony charges in California is important because of the state’s Three Strikes Law. An accumulation of felony convictions can result in lifetime imprisonment. When eliminating or reducing charges is not possible, he will work toward the best possible outcome for your case.

Mr. Helfend manages each case personally, so you will work directly with him on your defense. His plain-English style means that you will always know the status of your case.

Having an experienced defense attorney by your side is your best defense strategy, regardless of the charges against you. Don’t rely on an inexperienced attorney, and don’t attempt to defend yourself.

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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