Bank Fraud:Â Â Defrauding a Federally insured banking institution, commercial loan fraud including check fraud.
Bankruptcy Fraud:Â Individuals or corporations who file Bankruptcy and are alleged to fraudulently misrepresent their assets or debts to creditors or Bankruptcy CourtÂ officials.
Computer Fraud/Internet Fraud:Â Using the Internet or computers to defraud companies and/or individuals, by obtaining private information, such as Social Security numbers or credit card numbers, etc.
Drugs/Controlled Substances:Â Including Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) defense.
Embezzlement:Â Using somebody elseâ€™s money or goods delegated to you for your own good.
Extortion: Â Unlawfully obtaining money or assets from someone else through force, coercion or threats.
Health Care Fraud:Â This area includes Government allegations of Medicare Fraud, Medicaid Fraud, illegal controlled substance prescription billings and/or dispensing of controlled substance prescription medication without medical need or basis. â€”Federal
Insurance Fraud:Â Exaggerating or fabricating insurance claims with the intent to defraud insurance companies.
Money Laundering:Â Using a legitimate business to pass through money obtained illegally.
Mortgage Fraud:Â is a crime in which the intent is to materially misrepresent or omit information on a mortgage loan application to obtain a loan or to obtain a larger loan than would have not been obtained had the lender or borrower known the truth. This type of crimeÂ canÂ also include the unlawful inflating of an appraisal in order to obtain a mortgage for more than the property is worth.
Tax Evasion:Â Improperly filing or not filing tax returns, not accurately reporting income on required tax returns, tax invasion, includes Federal Tax and State Tax filings; Forms 1040; 1120; 1120s; 940â€™s and 941â€™s.