Ponzi Schemes

Defense Against Ponzi Scheme Charges

A Ponzi scheme is a type of fraud in which investors in an enterprise are paid with the funds provided by subsequent investors. Eventually, of course, investors are not paid at all because the new investments are insufficient to pay the previous investors. If you are charged with operating a Ponzi scheme, you face serious penalties. It is important to seek out a knowledgeable defense attorney who is experienced with all types of white collar crime charges.

Experience and Knowledge Make a Difference

At my Phoenix law firm, the Law Offices of Howard A. Snader, LLC, I have defended clients who are facing charges of operating Ponzi schemes. Practicing criminal law since 1990, I am also a Criminal Law Specialist certified by the Arizona Board of legal Specialization. My combination of knowledge and experience give me the ability to build strong defenses for clients. My record of accomplishment includes acquittals, dismissals or reduced penalties for people charged with financial fraud schemes such as these.

Don’t Delay — Speak with a Lawyer Immediately

Most investigations of these schemes continue for months or years. If you believe you are being investigated for this type of fraud, it is important to find experienced legal representation right away. As your defense lawyer, I will work hard to ensure that law enforcement preserves your rights and conducts its operations legally.

The penalties for operating a Ponzi scheme can be harsh. The issues involved can be complex, involving very large amounts of money and multiple defendants. For all these reasons, it is important to have a defense lawyer with knowledge and experience who understands the complexities of fraud charges and the best defenses to the allegations.

Contact an Expert Criminal Defense Attorney

For a vigorous defense against charges of operating a Ponzi scheme, contact the Law Offices of Howard A. Snader, LLC.

Call 602-957-3300 or contact me online for an initial consultation to discuss your criminal law matter.