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Law enforcement authorities in Arizona take allegations of criminal fraud seriously. If you have been accused of, or are under investigation for this kind of misconduct, you may have a limited amount of time to build a comprehensive defense strategy.

Support from a seasoned Gilbert fraud lawyer is essential to effectively defend your rights. From beginning to end of your legal proceedings, a qualified defense attorney at the Grand Canyon Law Group will work diligently to ensure you are treated fairly. Our former prosecutors turned defense attorneys are here to gather the necessary evidence and advocate on your behalf.


There are numerous scenarios that could lead to fraud charges, ranging from multifaceted schemes involving multiple targets to a single instance of trying to pass a bad check or forge a signature. Law enforcement may pursue charges for commission of “fraudulent schemes and artifices” under Arizona Revised Statutes §13-2310—the closest thing Arizona has to a universal fraud statute.


More commonly, though, a person accused of fraudulent activity will face prosecution under a different statute, or group of statutes, that fit the specific conduct alleged. For example, A.R.S. §3-1209 specifically addresses counterfeiting offenses, while allegations of welfare fraud may be prosecuted under A.R.S. §46-215.

Fraud allegedly committed over the Internet or with the use of ostensibly legitimate businesses can make for even more complicated cases. A knowledgeable Gilbert attorney can explain how a state court might approach a particular fraud accusation and provide tenacious legal support throughout the legal proceedings.


Many types of fraud have specific criminal classifications. For instance, deriving any benefit—financial or otherwise—from fraudulent schemes or artifices as defined in A.R.S. §13-2310 is considered a class 2 felony. Sentencing for a class 2 felony varies depending on mitigating and aggravating factors.

Notably, certain types of fraud have different classifications based on the exact alleged actions. For instance, money laundering under A.R.S. §13-2317 can be a class 6 felony, class 3 felony, or class 2 felony depending on the circumstances. Those facing any type of charges should speak with a knowledgeable fraud attorney in their area as soon as possible to discuss the potential consequences and how to prevent them.


Overcoming fraud accusations can require a comprehensive and document-heavy case defense. Going into a fraud case as a defendant without knowledgeable legal representation can seriously hurt your chances of a positive resolution in your case.

Let the experienced team at Grand Canyon Law Group work tirelessly on your behalf to contest the prosecution’s allegations and defend your freedom. Schedule a consultation by calling our firm today.

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