Student Loan Fraud Defense Attorneys
Texas white collar criminal defense lawyers representing clients nationwide
White collar criminal cases involving allegations of student loan fraud demand strong legal action. If you or the educational institution you work for are the targets of these complaints, the consequences can be serious. Penalties can include fines, restitution of funds or even prison time. That’s why it’s critical that you have an experienced, student loan fraud defense lawyer defending your rights.
Our attorneys at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC can help you every step of the way. Thanks to more than 90 years of combined legal experienced, our white collar criminal defense lawyers have an in-depth understanding of these criminal cases. We know which strategies often work best, and we’re familiar with the state and federal laws governing these cases, including the False Claims Act. That’s why we’re eager to meet with you and learn more about the legal challenges facing you.
What are common student loan fraud cases?
The United States government guarantees billions of dollars in student loans every year to students pursuing a higher education. Whistleblowers – also called relators – sometimes file complaints in which they claim that state or federal laws governing student loans have been violated. These student loan fraud complaints often include accusations of:
- People or institutions attempting to fraudulently obtain student loans
- People or institutions attempting to fraudulently obtain student loans by falsifying academic credentials
If a whistleblower’s claim is successful, they could be eligible for financial compensation from the federal government under the False Claims Act. Our lawyers thoroughly understand the regulations related to this law. We also know how to build strong legal defenses for professionals accused of violating these complex rules.
Put your trust in a criminal defense attorney who puts your need first
Don’t underestimate the complexity of your white collar criminal defense case. The sooner you talk to a lawyer, the better. Contact our law firm and schedule a case evaluation today. One of our experienced, student loan fraud defense attorneys can guide you through all your legal options and help you decide which approach makes the most sense for your specific case. No two cases are ever exactly alike. The same should be true for whatever legal action you decide to take. Call 713-209-2950 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment.