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We Will Defend Your Fraud Allegations and Fight for Your Rights.
Calvin Barry and his team have successfully represented individuals charged with various types of fraud, and fraud related offences. Fraud is committed when one, by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, defrauds the public or a person of any property, money, valuable security or any service.
If you are charged with a fraud related offence, do not plead guilty before you consult with one of our lawyers. Pleading guilty will result in a criminal conviction and the consequences of such a conviction may be highly prejudicial and expensive. Our firm will aggressively fight for your rights and raise every defence available to defend the allegations against you.
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Under the Criminal Code of Canada, Section 380.(1), every one who is found guilty of Fraud Over $5000 is guilty of an indictable offense that is punishable by a term of imprisonment up to fourteen years.
Under the Criminal Code of Canada, Section 380.(1)(b), every one who is found guilty of Fraud Under $5000 is guilty of an indictable offense that is punishable by a term of imprisonment up to two years, or in less serious cases, by an offence punishable on summary conviction.
Frauds can involve breach of trust situations involving employers, credit cards and debit cards, fraud involving contractors, and financial or other business or legal documents. As in all criminal cases, entering a plea of guilty to a fraud charge can have profoundly serious consequences and may affect your work, immigration status, reputation, family and your personal freedom.
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Calvin Barry is an experienced criminal defence lawyer in Toronto with more than 30 years of expertise navigating the law.
Calvin Barry Law serves clients in Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area, and nearby areas in Ontario.