Real Estate & Mortgage Fraud
Need Someone to Blame? The Government Does.
When it comes to the 2008 recession and the struggling housing market, there's plenty of blame to go around. This blame sometimes takes the form of criminal charges for mortgage fraud. It's what's called a white-collar crime, mortgage fraud, but can mean serious consequences for the person accused, including time behind bars in prison.
At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP in Dallas, Texas, we defend loan officers, brokers, realtors, buyers and sellers facing criminal charges related to real estate and mortgage fraud. However, we recognize that no story is as black-and-white as the federal prosecutors would like to believe. There may be other circumstances involved that may help show a jury your innocence. That’s why you need to speak with a lawyer.
If you have been charged with a crime or you're under investigation, contact us online or call (214) 301-5007 for a free consultation.
About Mortgage Fraud Charges
One fraudulent housing loan application requires thorough review and careful defense, but some of our clients have been implicated in the default of 25 or more homes. Our goal in your defense against federal mortgage fraud charges is to fight as aggressively as possible while also taking action to minimize the punishment you could face.
- Is this the first time you've been in trouble with the law?
- Can you pay back some of the money fraudulently secured from the bank?
These and other factors can work in your favor when negotiating for a reduced charge or a reduced sentence.
Work With a Mortgage Fraud Defense Attorney
We fight hard to protect our clients' rights in court and to seek the best possible outcome. With hundreds of cases under our belt, our extensive criminal defenseexperience makes us ideally suited for your case. Do not let yourself face the power of the federal government alone. Contact our Fort Worth income tax reporting lawyer. We give you a free assessment of your case and help you understand your legal options.
Schedule your free case consultation with us today—call (214) 301-5007.