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The Dillon Law Group has decades of experience in handling fraud cases.  As a former federal prosecutor, Mr. Dillon spent years investigating and prosecuting fraud matters of every variety.  Bill is intimately familiar with the investigative processes and tools used by the DOJ to prove their cases.  He has handled numerous fraud investigations, both domestically and internationally.  Bill has successfully defended the rights of potential targets and defendants in a variety of fraud cases, including:



These investigations are often conducted by one or more of the investigative agencies working in conjunction with the DOJ.  The prosecutor typically issues subpoenas duces tecum from the grand jury.  This subpoena often requires the production of all relevant bank records, tax returns, accounting files, emails, and other electronic communications, as well as a host of other personal data to prove the violation.  Depending on the circumstances, the electronic data seized by the Government can be hundreds of gigabytes to terabytes of data.  The Dillon Law Group has extensive experience in reviewing and winnowing down immense data sets into evidence that can be used to defend our client’s interests.  Our objective is to minimize the client’s exposure and to resolve the matter in a way that comports with the client’s best strategic interest.

Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud charges are the “darlings” of the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) in criminal case filings.  Practically any attempt to obtain money through false pretenses can be charged as a violation of the Mail Fraud or Wire Fraud statutes (18 U.S.C. § 1341 or 18 U.S.C. § 1343).  Depending on the factual circumstances, a single violation of either statute could bring a sentence of 20 years in prison.  Bank Fraud violations carry a similar penalty.

Discuss your case with the Dillon Law Group by calling our office at 404.713.3283

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