Fraud Defense In Pennsylvania
Welfare fraud charges typically arise when an individual is accused of failing to provide information or falsifying information to obtain welfare benefits. Examples of welfare fraud include:
- Failure to disclose income or assets
- Using a fake identity to collect benefits
- Receiving welfare benefits under multiple names
- Omitting information or providing false information to obtain increased benefits
- Filing for welfare benefits in more than one state
Welfare fraud is a serious criminal offense that may result in significant penalties, including imprisonment, fines and restitution, probation, and other penalties. Anyone charged with welfare fraud should retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to ensure the protection of his or her rights.
If you have been charged with welfare fraud, contact Applebaum & Associates. We aggressively defend the rights of the criminally accused. We maintain offices in Bensalem, Allentown, Doylestown, Quakertown and Philadelphia to provide convenient offices for our clients and local counsel to clients throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
Verdict: “I was accused of date rape and attorney Applebaum was able to show these allegations were completely false and convinced the district attorney to withdraw the charges.”
Verdict: “I was charged with raping a girl I was dating and thanks to attorney Applebaum’s investigation he was able to prove with the Commonwealth's evidence and the alleged victim's phone records that during the time I was allegedly raping her she was on the phone with her girlfriend and other friends for over an hour.”
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Verdict: “I was accused of stabbing a fellow party goer after a fight erupted and attorney Applebaum was able to prove to the jury that it was another party goer that delivered the almost fate wound. I was acquitted and now I am a member of law enforcement.”
Verdict: “I was accused of dealing drugs and was facing a mandatory 5-10 year prison sentence. After a jury trial attorney Applebaum proved entrapment and I was acquitted of all charges.”
Charge: 3rd Offense DUI
Verdict: “I was being charged with a third offense DUI with a 1 year mandatory prison sentence, attorney Applebaum was able to subpoena the officer's dashboard camera and with the testimony of his toxicologist the jury came back with a verdict of not guilty after only 30 mins of deliberation.”
Charge: Drug Crime
Verdict: “I was charged with being a methamphetamine dealer and thanks to attorney Applebaum , even though I went to jail for a few years attorney Applebaum was able to retain through negotiation over $ 2 million in assets so my family could remain in my family home and my children could go to private school.”
Charge: Aggravated Assault
Verdict: “I was charged with aggravated assault and attempted homicide and I took a bench trial in front of a judge and attorney Applebaum argued that one punch should be considered simple assault and after explaining the circumstances regarding my wife cheating. I received a sentence of 30 days probation.”
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At Applebaum & Associates, you will receive experienced and skilled representation. Attorney Michael H. Applebaum has more than 40 years of legal experience and has defended thousands of clients in criminal cases. As an experienced trial lawyer and negotiator, he can provide the strong defense you require and work diligently to secure the best possible result for you.
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