Charged With Criminal Antitrust/Government Contract Fraud?
In recent years, state and federal governments have become more aggressive in pursuing charges in antitrust or government fraud cases. The penalties upon conviction can include federal prison, and government prosecutors will spare no expense in pursuing a conviction. If you have reason to believe you are under investigation, it is important to take early action to protect yourself.
When facing charges this complex in nature, it is crucial to have an attorney on your side with the knowledge and skill to protect your rights and reputation. Attorney William Mauzy has more than 30 years of criminal defense experience and has successfully tried more than 100 cases. In addition, he is board-certified as a Criminal Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association and by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Employ the help of an experienced government fraud attorney. Call 612-504-5533 to arrange a free initial consultation with William Mauzy, Attorney at Law.
Examples Of Antitrust Violations
Antitrust laws, such as the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts, were put in place to protect consumers. If convicted of an antitrust violation, penalties can include fines as high as $1 million and a 10-year prison sentence. Examples of antitrust violations include:
- Bid rigging
- Price fixing
- Market allocation
Enforcement of antitrust laws has become more stringent in recent years, and it is crucial to have an attorney on your side with extensive federal criminal defense experience.
Common Types Of Government Contract Fraud
Acts of fraud against the federal government are punishable by severe fines and prison sentences. It takes specialized knowledge and tremendous trial skills to succeed in these cases. Attorney Mauzy defends against a broad range of government fraud charges, including those involving:
- Fraudulent bids and proposals
- Fraudulent accounting standards
Contact A Proven Minneapolis Lawyer For Criminal Antitrust And Fraud Defense
William Mauzy has the legal acumen and trial skills necessary to pursue the best possible outcome in these difficult cases. Contact William Mauzy, Attorney at Law, for a free initial consultation: 612-504-5533.