Defending Against Fraud Charges

Fraud is one of the few crimes that can found that they fall under two separate types of crime. On one hand, fraud is often classified as a white collar crime, however, it is also more commonly known as theft. This is due to the fact that fraud is often simply defined as theft by deception. Rather than the more traditional forms of theft, like burglary, fraud does not employ physical means; instead, a fraud offender will utilize trickery to either deceive a person out of their assets or to wrongfully gain their trust. Some of the most common forms of fraud include the following:

  • Counterfeiting;
  • Embezzlement;
  • False advertising;
  • Forgery;
  • Tax fraud; and
  • Identity theft

Why hire The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman?

When you are facing criminal charges for fraud, you simply do not have the luxury of wasting time. This is a difficult crime to both prosecute and defend against and it is therefore extremely important that you have hard-hitting Orange County criminal defense attorney on your side to help you protect your legal rights. At The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman, they recognize what is on the line when you are dealing with criminal charges of this nature and they are unwaveringly committed to ensuring that their clients have the best possible chance of success. By working with a knowledgeable attorney, you will be able to take the necessary steps towards protecting your future – building a case that will give you the edge you need in criminal court. Call today to learn more!



Whether you are facing criminal charges, contemplating divorce, struggling with debt, or dealing with complex immigration issues, The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman is well-equipped to help. With more than three decades of experience, our skilled attorneys in Orange County, CA are available to assist with a wide range of legal matters. All you have to do is fill out the form below or give us a call at (949) 558-2799 to get started. From there, we can help guide you down the right path. Fill out our free and confidential case evaluation form below. A qualified attorney will evaluate your case and determine how the firm can help.

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