Fraud The Right Attorney Makes All The Difference

Virginia Beach Fraud Attorney

Experienced, Relentless & Trustworthy Legal Representation

If you have been accused of fraud in Virginia, you must understand that these are serious charges which can potentially be prosecuted on a felony level. In addition, you may be facing federal charges, meaning that you have been under investigation by the FBI or other government entity for quite some time and they have gathered the necessary evidence against you.

At The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller, we can provide the aggressive and personalized legal counsel you need to fight for your justice. Due to extensive experience, our Virginia Beach fraud defense attorney possesses the comprehensive knowledge of the state and federal laws to help you navigate through the complexities of your case.

Set up an appointment for a consultation by calling (757) 267-4949.

Types of Fraud

Fraud is defined as deceiving another individual or entity to obtain money, property and other benefits for personal, financial gain. There are numerous crimes related to fraud. You could be facing extensive prison sentences, lengthy probation, punitive fines and a permanent mark on your criminal record.

The most common types of fraud cases include:

  • Credit or debit card fraud – Unauthorized access to another person’s credit card information in order to charge purchases or extract funds from the account.
  • Tax fraud or tax evasion – When an individual or a company intentionally underpays its taxes.
  • Insurance fraud – A deceptive act with the intention to obtain an inadequate payment from an insurer.
  • Health care fraud – When a dishonest provider or consumer purposefully submits, or forces someone else to submit, misleading or false information in order to gain an improper amount of health care benefits or payments.
  • Mail or wire fraud – A fraudulent scheme to deprive another individual of property or honest services through mail or wire communication.
  • Internet fraud – Online services with the purpose of conducting fraudulent solicitations to prospective victims.
  • Identity theft – When a person wrongfully obtains and uses another individual’s personal information in a fraudulent manner.
  • Forgery – Making of a false document, changing an existing document, or writing a signature without permissions or authorization.
  • Money laundering – Disguising illegal funds derived from criminal activity by making these proceeds appear to have come from a legitimate source.

Seek Legal Counsel From Our Virginia Beach Fraud Lawyer

At our criminal defense firm, we won’t treat you like just another case number. Instead, we care genuinely about our clients, giving them the personalized attention they deserve. With a proven track record of success under our belt, our Virginia Beach fraud defense lawyer is ready to protect your rights and freedom.

Contact us to schedule your consultation today.

Every Client Matters

Your Rights Deserve to Be Protected
  • Lindsey was great !

    “Lindsey was great ! Kept me updated and informed, Attorney Blair got me through a tough time and even though I ended up settling that was my choice to end it not Attorney Blair’s.. i appreciate everyone in the office for their help and hard work on my case as I know it takes many to get the job done… so happy to put this in the past and move on and live my life without this stress thanks again to all the staff and Attorney Blair”

    - Kimberly H.
  • I highly recommend his service.

    “Daniel Miller has done an excellent job with my case. I am so pleased with the outcome of my court hearing. His whole office is top notch providing professional guidance in my time of need. I made a bad decision that got me in trouble with the law. My decision to hire Mr Miller was the start of making good decisions. I was so impressed with my initial consultation on the phone with Mr Miller and even more impressed by his court hearing command. I highly recommend his service.”

    - Steve W.
  • I would recommend them to anyone

    I had a long and exhausting divorce and would like to thank Jeff Blair, Lindsey, and the whole team. I would recommend them to anyone going through a contested divorce

    - Maxwell M.
  • I would highly recommend

    “Attorney Miller, along with his paralegal staff, were very helpful during a time of immense stress for me. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing representation for traffic court.”

    - Jazmin T.
  • Mr. Miller is the best at what he does.

    “Mr. Miller is the best at what he does. He fights tooth and nail for you and gives you the best possible outcome. The entire firm staff was great as well. From constant check ups on you to how you are doing after. God Bless Them All.”

    - Mel C.

Case Results

A Track Record of Success
  • Protective Order Domestic Violence

    Our client's estranged wife had filed a protective order to prohibit him from having contact with her to gain exclusive use and possession of the home. We were successful in showing that she had motive to fabricate and that had consulted with an attorney regarding getting our client out of her house days before filing the request for a protective order.

  • Pre Litigation Defense – Rape Sex Crimes

    Our client was the respondent of a protective order wherein the petitioner alleged that she was raped. She sought a two-year protective order and was seeking to have detectives assist in securing warrants against him. We suspect that the admissions made on cross-examination by the alleged victim at the hearing will prevent the Commonwealth from bringing any charges.

  • Protective Order Family Law

    Our client's estranged wife had filed a protective order to prohibit him from having contact with her to gain exclusive use and possession of the home. We were successful in showing that she had motive to fabricate and that had consulted with an attorney regarding getting our client out of her house days before filing the request for a protective order.

  • Driving Under the Influence 4th Offense– Bond Hearing DUI

    Our client was charged with fourth offense driving under the influence. Based upon his age and pre-existing health conditions, we were able to show that jail was an unsafe place. Our client was released on house arrest conditioned upon his wearing SCRAM bracelet which tracks his location and ensures that he does not consume alcohol.

  • Violation of Protective Order – Appeal Domestic Violence

    Our client was under a protective order to have no hostile contact with his family. The Commonwealth alleged that based upon several text exchanges that he had threatened his teenage children. Without the assistance of counsel, he received 90 days of active incarceration in lower Court. On appeal we were able to reduce his confinement to 24 hours – time served.

  • Breaking and Entering with Intent to Commit Misdemeanor Felony Defense

    Our client was charged with breaking and entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor, but the Commonwealth agreed to dismiss the charge at the preliminary hearing stage against our client who suffered severe and debilitating mental illness.

  • Third Offense Petty Larceny Felony Defense

    Our client was charged with felony third offense petty larceny, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in the Virginia State Penitentiary. We were successful in negotiating a reduction to a misdemeanor petty larceny charge with no active jail time.

  • Possession of Marijuana- Appeal Drug Crimes

    Our client plead not guilty to a second offense possession of marijuana charge. We successfully argued that the Commonwealth had failed to prove constructive possession. The case was dismissed.

  • Driving Under the Influence DUI

    Our client was charged with driving under the influence after officers answered a call for service in a church parking lot. Eyewitnesses were able to testify as to the time of operation and identify the driver. Officers testified that they smelled alcohol coming from our client, that he was unsteady on his feet, and that he had not done well on his field sobriety tests. Video evidence secured from the church and bodycam footage did not support the testimony. The DUI charge was reduced to reckless driving.

  • Domestic Violence Domestic Violence

    Our client was alleged to have assaulted the girlfriend of her child’s father during an exchange of the child at a police precinct. Phone video evidence and inconsistencies in the Prosecutor’s witness testimony led to a dismissal of the charge.


Why Hire Us?

We Never Back Down
  • Personalized Attention for Each Client
  • A Proven Track Record of Results
  • Experienced & Knowledgeable Legal Advice
  • Invested in Your Case & Your Success

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