Theft, Fraud & Tax Charges
People charged with theft, fraud or tax offences are often surprised by the severity of the typical sentence.
Defending cases of this nature require unwavering attention to the details of the evidence, and a strong grasp of evidentiary rules.
People charged with theft and fraud offences are often surprised by the severity of the typical sentence. Theft from an employer, theft while in a position of trust, or serious frauds almost always carry with them a period of incarceration, regardless of whether it was a single incident and you are otherwise of good character.
Prosecutions for fraud and theft are paper-intensive and time-consuming. Defending cases of this nature requires unwavering attention to the details of the evidence, and a strong grasp of evidentiary rules.
Prior to his career in law, Sean Fagan’s focus was finance and economics. He has an undergraduate degree in economics specializing in finance and successfully challenged his Level 1 and Level 2 of the Chartered Financial Analyst (“CFA”) program.