Fraud Defence Solicitors

What we do:

Ralli Solicitors LLP represent companies or individuals under investigation or being prosecuted for any type of fraud.

It matters not who the prosecuting authority is, we cover them all.

  • Police investigations
  • HMRC investigations
  • SFO investigations
  • National Crime Agency investigations
  • Trading Standards investigations

Fraud defence solicitors can advise and support on a wide range of issues in fraud investigations.

It is important you contact a specialist as soon as you are made aware that you, or your company is under investigation to receive the best advice going forward.

We attend interviews under caution throughout England and Wales.

We cover all courts throughout England and Wales.

Our Experience:

In excess of 70 years’ experience dealing with fraud investigations big and small.

Our cases have included multimillion-pound operations crossing several continents.

  • Operation Borage
  • Operation Rust
  • Operation Rodman
  • Operation Divert
  • BCCI
  • Arrows Eagle Trust
  • The Stalker Affair
  • Alliance Resources
  • RPD Australia

And many more.

Contact can be made at any time 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.

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