Government Benefits Fraud
New Haven, Connecticut Benefits Fraud Attorney
Defrauding the government can result in lengthy prison sentences and expensive fines. However, in order to prove their case, federal prosecutors must show intent: did the accused purposely and knowingly defraud the government when applying for benefits or filing a claim? Criminal defense lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn represents people charged with benefits fraud in cases involving Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, housing vouchers, child support programs, food stamps, and other government benefits programs. Working with his own investigators, accountants, and other experts, Mr. Einhorn collects evidence and information prosecutors either ignore or dismiss. In challenging the charges against his client, Mr. Einhorn exposes contradictions and groundless assertions proposed by prosecutors to establish intent.
If you have been charged with government benefits fraud, contact criminal defense lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn today. Mr. Einhorn can evaluate your case and discuss the best legal options available to you.
Charges of Defrauding the Government
The law office of Jonathan J. Einhorn defends clients charged with benefits fraud involving the following:
- Social Security Disability insurance
- Supplemental Security Income
- Housing vouchers
- Food Stamps
Proving Intent – The Case against You
In order to convict someone charged with defrauding the government, prosecutors must first prove that the accused knowingly and willingly submitted fraudulent claims or misrepresented the facts in order to receive government benefits. While you may be guilty of wrongdoing, if it can be established that you were unaware of the full ramifications of your actions, the charges or sentence against you may be reduced. As your attorney, Jonathan J. Einhorn challenges the version of events as provided by the prosecution, providing eyewitness testimony that contradicts the “facts” as prosecutors present them.
Contact Criminal Defense Attorney Jonathan J. Einhorn Today
For a free, completely confidential consultation, contact government benefits fraud attorney Jonathan J. Einhorn today. He can evaluate your case and discuss the best legal options available to you.