The crime of insurance fraud can be prosecuted by the attorney general's office, the U.S. attorney's office, and the district attorney's office in state and federal courts. If you are prosecuted for insurance fraud in the state court, every level is a felony, and its penalties can vary from four to seven, or even 15 years in prison. If you are charged with this type of financial crime, it's important to hire a criminal defense attorney in Buffalo with the time and specific expertise to devote to defending your case.
Insurance fraud can have serious repercussions, contact one of the dedicated criminal attorneys at the Law Office of Drew Fritsch to guide you.
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