Fraud charges involving conspiracy to defraud can involve complex investigations and multiple agencies involved in bringing charges.
Conspiracy to defraud can apply to different types of fraud – and by its nature conspiracy involves a planned fraud between two or more people.
To obtain a conviction on a charge of conspiracy to defraud under the Fraud Act 2006, evidence that there was an agreement to commit fraud or defraud a party of their property must be “beyond all reasonable doubt”.
It is therefore vital to take expert legal advice from a specialist firm of fraud solicitors on any allegations or charges involving conspiracy to defraud.
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors offer clients who are facing conspiracy to defraud charges – or who may be interviewed under caution regarding conspiracy to defraud allegations – robust criminal defence services 24/7 and can advise on fraud investigations by the police, Serious Fraud Office and HM Revenue and Customs.
Duncan Lewis has considerable in defending all types of fraud and can represent clients in conspiracy to defraud cases involving:
Allegations of conspiracy to defraud can harm reputations and taking legal advice early can be vital in building an effective defence against conspiracy to defraud charges – as well as preventing any errors or misjudgements which may later prejudice a defendant in a conspiracy to defraud trial.
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors also advises on conspiracy to defraud charges relating to:
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors can also liaise with the various authorities which may be investigating a conspiracy to defraud case, including:
The Duncan Lewis Crime Department has been recognised as a Top Tier and recommended criminal defence practice by Chambers & Partners UK 2019 and The Legal 500 2019 Edition for its General Crime and White Collar Fraud Work.
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors have acknowledged expertise in case building based on a sound knowledge of the criminal justice system – and the ability to assemble compelling evidence and documentation in fraud cases.
Duncan Lewis represents clients at Police Stations, Magistrates’ Courts, Crown Courts, and at Appeal Courts such as the Court of Appeal – and has highly experienced Higher Court Advocates with a background in conducting serious fraud cases.
There are Duncan Lewis offices nationwide across England and Wales – and a fraud solicitor from Duncan Lewis can usually reach a client at a police station or court within 45 minutes to advise on fraud charges.
We aim for the best possible outcome for clients facing fraud allegations – call Duncan Lewis any time on 020 7923 4020 for expert legal advice on all fraud charges.
For 24/7 help at a police station, call the Duncan Lewis Emergency Hotline on 020 7275 2036.
Duncan Lewis advises clients who are facing fraud charges – or who may be interviewed in relation to fraud allegations – to contact us as soon as possible.
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors can advise even before a charge for fraud is brought – and a criminal defence lawyer from our specialist fraud department can attend a police station fraud interview conducted by the police, Serious Fraud Office or HM Revenue and Customs.
The Duncan Lewis Benefits Fraud Department can advise on benefit fraud investigations by the Department for Work and Pensions, including attending benefit fraud interviews at job centres conducted by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Duncan Lewis is a leading provider of Legal Aid criminal defence services –Legal Aid is means tested and may only be available in certain circumstances.
Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors can advise further on Legal Aid for fraud cases at the initial client meeting.
In cases where a client may not be eligible for Legal Aid, Duncan Lewis fraud solicitors offer competitively-priced fee levels for private client representation – with fixed fees and advance notice of any costs whenever possible.
In some criminal cases, after the event insurance may be an option and Duncan Lewis will advise on an appropriate level of insurance to cover the potential costs of defending a criminal case and to pay any costs imposed by the court.
Call Duncan Lewis Fraud Solicitors to discuss conspiracy to defraud allegations or charges on 020 7923 4020.