Fraud Defence Solicitors
– Criminal Law

Criminal charges of any kind are serious. Being charged with fraud can be catastrophic. The nature of criminal evidence is forever changing in the digital world in which we now live.

You cannot ‘Google’ your defence in criminal law, a criminal defence is complex, tactical and investigative. It requires years of experience and skill in dealing with the authorities who prosecute you. In financial prosecutions of any kind it is the evidence that is not served by the prosecuting authorities that often leads to an acquittal. In order to obtain this material, criminal defence solicitors have to be robust and undetermined by obstacles the prosecuting authorities put in the way.

Prosecution powers are Draconian, sentencing is severe and individuals who find themselves on the wrong side of the fence need experienced specialist help from lawyers who speak their language and understand how the real world operates. The courts are not the ‘boardroom’ and strong willed powerful individuals may not realise or accept that they are out of their depth until it is too late!

Ralli’s criminal law department have specialists who can advise and support on a wide range of fraud, commercial and serious criminal cases including:-

• SF0 investigations
• HMRC investigations
• POCA (Proceeds of Crime Act) Investigations
• Rogue Investment and Pension schemes
• Boiler Room and secondary market Fraud
• Internet fraud
• Phishing and Ransom ware Fraud
• Revenue Fraud
• Tax schemes
• VAT and MTIC Fraud
• Ponzi schemes
• Advanced Fee Frauds

Fraud Defence Solicitors

Fraud Defence Advice From Ralli

We attend interviews under caution throughout the country on a privately funded basis and will often bring into an investigation expertise from other specialist teams within Ralli including our corporate, partnership and litigation lawyers.

For many years Ralli has been at the forefront in defending allegations of fraud and commercial crime and have been instructed in Operation Borage, Operation Rust, Operation Rodman, Operation Divert, BCCI, Arrows, Eagle Trust, The Stalker Affair, Alliance Resources, RPD Australia and many more headline fraud cases including those where proceedings have been avoided and our client’s involvement has been kept confidential.

Contact 0161 615 0660

Contact our fraud defence team on 0161 615 0660 or if you prefer you can fill out one of our online enquiry forms which can be found on our Criminal Law Defence page.

I lost all faith in the British legal system and hold the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary in utter contempt. The case against me took more than four years from arrest to finally appearing in court. However, I was most fortuitous to meet Ralli Solicitors LLP, a firm of Solicitors a credit to the legal profession. The manner in which they set about defending me inspired confidence and helped me through my darkest hours. Ralli Solicitors LLP diligently examined the ‘evidence’ against me, painstakingly reading thousands of pages of emails, letters and documents with an unrelenting determination to prove my innocence. To simply say thank you does not adequately express the heartfelt debt of gratitude I hold. In addition to their professionalism the whole team were such nice people with compassion and an unbelievable dedication.

JG, Chartered Accountant and Business Adviser

I was referred to ralli solicitors by a friend and Lynn Mahon was appointed as my legal representative. Since our first meeting all aspects of my case were explained and dealt with in a professional manner and any queries I had were explained and my mind was put at ease. I would certainly recommend Lynn Mahon to anyone needing legal advice.
RB, Cheshire Businessman


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