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The government often charges individuals and companies with bank fraud if their actions involve an alleged scheme to defraud an FDIC-insured financial institution for financial gain.  Bank fraud can include making false representations to a financial institution, money laundering, check kiting (unlawfully taking advantage of the float to make use of non-existent funds in a bank account), credit card fraud, and the alteration or forging of checks. 

Our team of former federal prosecutors and federal public defenders have represented clients in connection with government investigations into allegations of bank fraud, and have also litigated bank fraud issues numerous times in federal court proceedings.