Over 30 Years of Defending

Those Who Have Been Accused of Crimes

Fort Lauderdale Fraud Defense Lawyer

We Can Take Charge of This Problem for You: 954-763-9211

It is imperative to seek out an experienced fraud defense attorney in Florida if you are being charged with fraud or any other white-collar crime. Fraud charges come with lengthy and complex investigations involving many law enforcement personnel and prosecutors. At the Law Office of A. Randall Haas, we take a proactive approach to fraud allegations and aggressively pursue our own investigation in the earliest stages to better serve our clients and give them a better chance at obtaining favorable resolutions. Our Fort Lauderdale fraud defense attorney has worked with clients accused of fraud for over 30 years in the state of Florida.

Arrange a free initial consultation with our criminal defense attorney today by calling 954-763-9211 or contacting us online.

Fraud Defense Attorneys in Florida

I assist clients from across Broward County and Florida who have been charged with or who are being investigated for all types of fraud crimes including:


  • Tax fraud
  • Mail and wire fraud
  • Business fraud and theft
  • Health care fraud
  • Mortgage and bank fraud
  • Internet fraud and other computer crimes
  • Securities and investment fraud

It is important to involve a Florida fraud defense attorney as soon as possible as the prosecutors and law enforcement agencies have likely already spent a great deal of time investigating your case before charges were even filed.

Our Fort Lauderdale Fraud Defense Attorney can help you even the playing field with the prosecution. Call 954-763-9211 to get started.

Why The Law Office of A. Randall Haas?

Over 30 Years
of Experience

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Consultations

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