Being charged with fraud can have a devastating impact on your life, affecting your ability to work and obtain financial assistance in the future.
However, our highly-experienced criminal lawyers have the expert knowledge and skills necessary to ensure that you get the strongest possible defence against the charges.
Fraud – s 192E Crimes Act 1900
False Accusations – s 314 Crimes Act 1900 (NSW)
Embezzlement – ss 157 and 160 Crimes Act 1900
Larceny by Clerk or Servant – s 156 Crimes Act 1900
Intention to Defraud by Destroying Accounts – Section 192F Crimes Act 1900
Intention to Defraud by False or Misleading Statement – 192G Crimes Act 1900
Intention to Deceive – s 192H Crimes Act 1900 (NSW)
Obtaining Property by Deception – s 134.1 Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995
Obtaining a financial advantage by deception – s 134.2 Commonwealth Criminal Code 1995
General Dishonesty – s 135.1 Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995
Obtaining a financial advantage – s 135.2 Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995
False or Misleading Documents – s 137.2 Commonwealth Criminal Code 1995
Forgery – s 144.1 Commonwealth Criminal Code 1995
Possession of Forged Document – s 145.2 Commonwealth Criminal Code 1995