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Austin Bank Fraud Defense Attorneys

Bank fraud is often considered to be a rich man's crime. The crime is frequently premeditated and is carried out by a group of people working together to accomplish various parts of the criminal act. The security methods that are utilized by modern financial institutions ensure that few such efforts are successful, but this does not deter everyone from attempting to unlawfully obtain assets or money from a bank.

Bank fraud convictions can lead to prolonged incarceration, an irreparably damaged reputation, and may prevent you from working in various industries. As an experienced fraud attorney, the Austin bank fraud defense lawyer Ian Inglis can help you understand your rights to defense. Contact Ian today at 512-589-1808 to discuss your charges.

Types of Bank Fraud

There are many security precautions that banks have in place to prevent fraud. There are security professionals that devote their entire professional careers to ensuring that bank fraud is identified and reprimanded. Offenses that are considered bank fraud include:

  • Forging identity
  • Forging checks
  • Embezzlement
  • ATM fraud
  • Forging signatures
  • Bribes

Sentencing for Bank Fraud Crimes

Bank fraud is a criminal offense that is prosecuted rather severely because of the importance of a reliable financial institution. Sentences may vary due to the type and financial extent of the crime and might range from heavy fines to years of jail time. It is important that if you are accused you understand what factors may go into the sentencing.

Contact Us

Austin bank fraud defense lawyer Ian Inglis is a dedicated criminal defense attorney who understands these accusations can be devastating to your way of life. Contact him today at 512-589-1808 to discuss your rights.


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