White Collar Crime (Wayne County Michigan)

Wayne County Fraud Defense Attorney

A National Reputation for Stunning Results -Decades of Experience

If you're facing charges of fraud or identity theft, don't wait too long before hiring a fraud defense attorney. The police and the prosecutor are already assembling their case against you, and the longer you wait, the more time they'll have to gather evidence and proceed without opposing counsel to keep them in line.

For an initial consultation with Extraordinary Law, contact us online or call 248-335-5000.

Fraud defense attorney James W. Burdick at Extraordinary Law has been practicing criminal law for decades and has garnered a national reputation as an expert in criminal defense. He has delivered stunning results in high profile cases and has appeared on national television to comment on legal matters.

Mr. Burdick delivers experienced, aggressive representation that has produced stunning results for clients facing charges that threatened their personal liberty and even their lives.

Our firm, Extraordinary Law, represents clients nationwide, but much of our practice is focused locally here in the Tri County Region of Southeast Michigan: Wayne County, Oakland County and Macomb County, including Dearborn, Grosse Pointe, Livonia, Southgate, Canton, Redford and Plymouth.

The prosecutor won't take your charges lightly - neither should a fraud defense attorney.

Choose your fraud defense attorney carefully. Some lawyers represent so many clients that they barely have time to talk with any of them. They don't any more research than it would take to scratch the surface of each defendant's unique situation. At Extraordinary Law, we take a limited number of cases at a time so that we can devote intensive focus to each client's circumstances, fully comprehending the strengths and weaknesses of their legal position.

Attorney Burdick has decades of experience devoting his efforts to the defense of clients facing such charges as:

  • Identity theft
  • Federal white collar crimes
  • Drug conspiracy
  • RICO violations
  • Bank fraud, credit card fraud and mortgage fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Forgery
  • Embezzlement and employee theft
  • Prescription drug fraud

Even if you're only under investigation, even if you're innocent - call a lawyer!

If you're under investigation for fraud, identity theft or other white collar crimes, don't assume that you don't need a lawyer just because you haven't been charged yet. Even at this stage, you have rights, and if you end up facing charges the decisions you make now could drastically affect the severity of your sentence or your chances of being found innocent. Hiring an attorney ensures that your rights will be protected and that no illegal or invalid methods of gathering evidence will affect you at this critical stage.

If the police and prosecutors suspect you of being guilty, they will do everything within their powers to prove it. Prosecutors tend to be very intelligent and very skilled at what they do. Just ask fraud defense attorney James W. Burdick - he used to be one. With years of experience, they are able to make an innocent defendant look guilty. They can make the crimes of a guilty defendant appear deserving of worse punishment than is actually the case.

For a free consultation with a fraud defense attorney, contact Extraordinary Law online or call 248-335-5000.