Fraud

What are bank fraud charges?

Attempts to commit banking or credit card fraud could leave someone facing serious charges. The many financial institutions in New York may deal with numerous forms of bank fraud. Some individuals might attempt to defraud a bank by trying to acquire a small personal...

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RICO Charges in New York

Charges under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act are serious and, if you are convicted, you might be spending a significant time in a New York federal prison. Understanding the RICO Act is key to knowing whether or not you may face these types of...

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What is accounting fraud?

Business owners in New York may be charged with accounting fraud when there is evidence of manipulated financial records. In order to bring a conviction for accounting fraud, the manipulation of records must be deliberate. How accounting fraud differs from fraud Many...

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What is check kiting?

Bank fraud is potentially punishable with significant jail time. One type of bank fraud that happens frequently is check kiting. This is when someone intentionally writes checks on an account that they know does not have the funds to cover it. The person committing...

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