Experienced Mortgage And Real Estate Fraud Defense For Northern Virginia Clients

A falsified HUD document or mortgage loan misrepresentation can amount to evidence of mortgage and real estate fraud in the eyes of Virginia state and federal prosecutors.

If you or the company you own or work for has been accused of this kind of white collar crime, our Fairfax County white collar crime defense attorneys can help.

At Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, Martin P. Hogan and Michael T. Pritchard bring almost 35 years of combined experience to the safeguarding of your interests before, during and after a grand jury investigation; in any pretrial discussions with prosecutors; and at trial before judge and jury.

Our legal team knows how to advocate during court processes at the General District Court and Circuit Court levels. We also know the challenges you face — the consequences of a conviction for the crime of fraud at the state and federal level. We work hard to help you avoid the lengthy prison term (up to 30 years in some cases), substantial fines (a $1 million maximum for offenses heard in federal court), criminal record and ruinous impact on your professional reputation. Even a real estate fraud misdemeanor can cost the convicted many thousands of dollars.

There may have been irregularities with a loan or awkward communications with a bank. There could have been an alleged attempt to defraud elderly or unemployed homeowners who are at risk of foreclosure. You could be a borrower, lender, "flipper" of properties or mortgage broker accused of illegal tactics. Whatever the legal issue, you have rights that must be protected.

Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC — White Collar Crime Defense Law Firm Protecting Your Rights

Have you been accused of improper dealings with a bank or misrepresentation of property? Arrange to speak with our skilled defense lawyers at our Fairfax law offices. Call 703-552-4014 or reach us by email message.