Areas Of Practice - Bank & Mail Fraud
Fraud is a knowing misrepresentation of or concealment of a material fact that induces another person or financial institution to act to their detriment. Normally, technical knowledge of banking practices and regulations is required to handle this type of case.
In a recent trial and subsequent appeal, attorney Meyer obtained complete exoneration of his client, David Weimert on the grounds that normal commercial business practices could not form the basis for a fraud conviction. See United States v. Weimert, 819 F.3d 351 (7th Cir. 2016).
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