Criminal Defense Attorney, Nishay K. Sanan, represents clients who have been charged with bank fraud and other federal offenses, including mortgage fraud, conspiracy, racketeering and RICO crimes, as well as internet sex crimes. Since bank fraud encompasses a wide range of different mechanics, such as forgery, wire fraud, and money laundering, it’s important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney adept with handling complex federal law cases.
If you are facing charges of bank fraud or white collar crime, the best course of action is to immediately contact an experienced and reputable United States Bank Fraud Lawyer for help defending against the prosecutor’s allegations. Even if you are just under investigation or are being questioned by police, working alongside an experienced attorney can help ensure you do not inadvertently make incriminating statements against your interests, which, surprisingly, can happen more often than clients realize. By working with an attorney from the outset of your case, you can also ensure proper search and seizure protocol is followed and no evidence is obtained illegally. For help with any financial criminal charge, contact our office right away to get started on your defense.
If you are under investigation for any sort or white collar crime, including banking fraud, securities fraud, mortgage and lending fraud, or fraud involving real estate, Nishay K. Sanan can help you defend against the government’s charges and maintain your reputation within the banking industry. For an immediate appointment, please contact Attorney Sanan by calling (312) 386-7091.
Criminal defense attorney Nishay K. Sanan has been practicing state and federal criminal law for over 20 years. With a background in accounting with an emphasis on tax, he focuses on white collar and financial offenses, representing clients throughout the United States in federal criminal investigations and at trial. His contacts in the financial services industry and efficient support staff can accommodate even the most document-heavy cases.