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Defending Yourself against Embezzlement Charges

Embezzlement is defined as the fraudulent acquisition or misappropriation of money or property, by an individual who is in a position of trust. Money is the most commonly embezzled property, however stocks, bonds, credit card information and other property can all be considered under the criminal offense of embezzlement. Individuals at banks and other organizations, who misappropriate funds or property can be charged with embezzlement as well. In most cases such actions are taken in a misguided effort to advance one's career, as a personal favor, or for some other personal gain.

Misappropriating, misusing, stealing or embezzling funds, or property of value, from any department or agency of the United States is considered to be a federal crime. This means embezzling Medicare funds, misappropriating money from a federally-funded educational program or grant, stealing bank funds and more, can all be classified as federal crimes. Anyone who receives such property and conceals or hides it could also find themselves facing embezzlement charges. Individuals convicted of embezzlement on the federal level, can expect to spend up to 10 years in prison, pay hefty fines, and in some instances be required to pay restitutions.

In cases where the embezzlement is done by an employee or officer of a federally-insured bank, penalties are much more severe. A conviction in such cases can mean up to 30 years in prison and fines up to $1,000,000. We advise that anyone under investigation for embezzlement contact an experienced Miami federal crimes attorney and former Miami-Dade Cyber Crime Prosecutor from Seltzer Mayberg, LLC immediately. Our firm represents clients in Miami and throughout the United States. We understand how embezzlement charges, not to mention a conviction, can negatively impact your family, career and your future. We know your life and liberty are at stake which is why we are dedicated to providing you with the aggressive and effective representation you need.

Embezzlement Lawyer Serving Miami

In most embezzlement cases, federal prosecutors will go to extreme lengths to secure a conviction. You need a knowledgeable and successful embezzlement lawyer on your side who has experience at both the state and federal level. Our attorneys are intimately familiar with embezzlement and other related federal crimes and we work diligently to represent and protect the interests of each client. We take our responsibility to our clients very seriously, which is why we are available 24/7 to answer any case-related questions and concerns you may have.

Our firm is located in Miami, Florida, and we have been in practice for more than 8 years. We represent clients facing all manner of Florida federal crimes and Florida white collar crimes. We were voted as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers and have received an excellent rating from Avvo.com.

If you are facing embezzlement charges and you want an attorney you can count on to protect your interests and fight aggressively on your behalf, we advise you contact a Miami embezzlement attorney at our firm right away.

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