Bank Fraud

Atlanta Bank Fraud Lawyers

Atlanta Bank Fraud Lawyers

Bank fraud is a term that encompasses a broad range of white collar crime committed by and against banks and other financial institutions. Fraud committed against a bank can involve the illegal procurement of funds or loans by means of forgery, misrepresentation and other illegal acts.

Fraud committed by a bank or bank employee can involve illegal transfers, accounting fraud, hidden fees, double transfers, APR misrepresentation and more.

If you face bank fraud charges in Georgia, it is important to consult with an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible. At Chilivis Cochran Larkins & Bever LLP, our Atlanta bank fraud attorneys can provide you with the strong white collar crime defense representation you need. We are a trusted source of legal representation for banks, bank executives, account managers, loan officers and others facing bank fraud charges in Georgia.

If you are facing bank fraud charges, contact the attorneys at Chilivis Cochran Larkins & Bever LLP online or by calling (404) 233-4171. 

Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers for Bank Fraud Charges

Since bank fraud involves violations of interstate commerce laws, the charges you face will be federal criminal charges. Federal agencies have significant resources to devote to bank fraud investigations, and prosecutors will push for the harshest penalties available under federal sentencing guidelines.

You do not want to face an FDIC investigation alone. It is important that you consult with a defense attorney who is experienced in the federal arena and can provide you with the knowledgeable guidance and strong advocacy you need.

Atlanta Financial Crime Attorneys

If you have been accused of bank fraud in Georgia, our lawyers are here to protect your rights and interests. Contact us today online or by telephone at (404) 233-4171 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Atlanta bank fraud attorney.

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