Your best defence is sound advice. Contact our team.

We are recognised as among Scotland’s best criminal law specialists. Our team is highly recommended and organises the preparation, presentation and conduct of your defence to charges of fraud. Contact our team of experts in criminal law.

Being charged with a criminal offence is serious, worrying and daunting. You may be risking a criminal record or a prison sentence. We understand your concerns. We value our established team of professionals who have the initiative and expertise to address your needs with robust legal advice and to steer your through this challenging process. Calm your concerns by contacting a specialist.

Many thanks to Charles Sharkey and Matthew Berlow for taking on and winning a very complex fraud allegation which involved the practice sifting through business documents created over a ten year period. Previous solicitors gave up.” John McCaffery

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain.
No. There is no obligation under Scottish law to report fraud unless you are a regulated body and are required to do so.

Fraud is the acquisition of property without the owner’s permission. The accused party must also have been aware that criminal intent is involved and there was no legal right to use or take the property. Fraud, and other crimes of dishonesty, cover a varied range of offences and this area of criminal law accounts for almost half of all recorded crime in Scotland. Common examples include mortgage fraud, theft and intellectual property crime, though more serious allegations include bribery and corruption cases.

We can guide you through this daunting process. Call us on the number above or complete our contact form.

Very happy with the service I received from Mr. Below and his team, would recommend them to anyone, excellent representation can make all the difference. Thanks guys.” Russell Collins

Cases of fraud can be varied, and they include cases of:

Embezzlement

Tax evasion

Fraudulent insurance claims

Benefit fraud

Internet fraud

Credit card fraud

Copyright fraud

If the fraud also involves depriving a person of what rightfully is theirs then a charge of theft may also be brought.

Theft is the acquisition of something belonging to another person without permission. In the case of robbery this can include a use of force.

Some of the most common instances of theft include:

Shoplifting

Stealing a car

Robbery

Find your specialist theft solicitor by contacting us immediately. We proactively respond to your concerns.

We have gained an established reputation of outstanding customer service and satisfaction.

You deserve a forthright and competent representative.

 

 

 

 

Have you been charged with:   Fraud, Theft, Shoplifting, Embezzlement or Benefits Fraud?

If so we can help with expert advice and representation throughout Scotland

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain.
No. There is no obligation under Scottish law to report fraud unless you are a regulated body and are required to do so.

If you have been charged with fraud, don’t delay in speaking to a solicitor. Fraud can take many forms and generally involves deceptively taking property without the owner’s consent with the intention for personal gain. Fraud cases can be highly complex, and our solicitors have extensive knowledge in the field and are experienced in dealing with complex cases with large amounts of evidence.

We deal in all types of fraud cases including:

Specialist Fraud & Embezzlement Solicitors Glasgow

If you find yourself the subject of an investigation by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), contact our expert fraud solicitors today. We have dealt with many types of benefit fraud cases and are highly familiar with the processes involved. We understand this can be a stressful time for you, and you may have never faced investigation or exposure to the criminal justice system previously; we can offer proactive and pragmatic legal advice and guide you through the whole process.

 “He’s an excellent solicitor and has helped me through some tough times so I would recommend Keith j tuck to anyone, so thanks again for everything you’ve done for me in the past Keith.”

Anonymous, Glasgow, 2017

Contact Our Fraud Solicitors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, Scotland

We have particular experience defending serious and complex cases, including the longest – and perhaps the most complex – indictment trial ever at Sheriff Court level related to fraud/people trafficking. Keith J Tuck successfully defended the principal accused. He also defended the principal accused in the longest trial ever in British legal history – a complex fraud case at the High Court. He has an unrivalled commitment to defending individuals who face crisis.

Keith Tuck Solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with fraud cases and can help you each step of the way. Call us as soon as you hear you are being investigated and we can ensure you have the best outcome possible. Our criminal solicitors operate in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Give us a call today on 0141 471 9296, or contact us via our online contact form.

Charged with fraud in Scotland?

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain. Fraud takes many forms and many fraud cases are exceedingly complex.

There are many different types of fraud and some are extremely complex. Often, the evidence to be considered can date back many years. If you have been accused of fraud, it’s important to swiftly enlist the help of established and recognised criminal defence lawyer.

We can advise you on the following areas

  • Company fraud
  • HMRC matters including VAT fraud
  • Internet fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Fraudulent schemes ie pyramid or Ponzi type frauds
  • Mortgage fraud
  • ‘Boiler Room’ Fraud
  •  FCA investigations

Your best defence is sound advice. Contact our team.

We are recognised as among Scotland’s best criminal law specialists. Our team is highly recommended and organises the preparation, presentation and conduct of your defence to charges of fraud. Contact our team of experts in criminal law.

Being charged with a criminal offence is serious, worrying and daunting. You may be risking a criminal record or a prison sentence. We understand your concerns. We value our established team of professionals who have the initiative and expertise to address your needs with robust legal advice and to steer your through this challenging process. Calm your concerns by contacting a specialist.

Many thanks to Charles Sharkey and Matthew Berlow for taking on and winning a very complex fraud allegation which involved the practice sifting through business documents created over a ten year period. Previous solicitors gave up.” John McCaffery

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain.
No. There is no obligation under Scottish law to report fraud unless you are a regulated body and are required to do so.

Fraud is the acquisition of property without the owner’s permission. The accused party must also have been aware that criminal intent is involved and there was no legal right to use or take the property. Fraud, and other crimes of dishonesty, cover a varied range of offences and this area of criminal law accounts for almost half of all recorded crime in Scotland. Common examples include mortgage fraud, theft and intellectual property crime, though more serious allegations include bribery and corruption cases.

We can guide you through this daunting process. Call us on the number above or complete our contact form.

Very happy with the service I received from Mr. Below and his team, would recommend them to anyone, excellent representation can make all the difference. Thanks guys.” Russell Collins

Cases of fraud can be varied, and they include cases of:

Embezzlement

Tax evasion

Fraudulent insurance claims

Benefit fraud

Internet fraud

Credit card fraud

Copyright fraud

If the fraud also involves depriving a person of what rightfully is theirs then a charge of theft may also be brought.

Theft is the acquisition of something belonging to another person without permission. In the case of robbery this can include a use of force.

Some of the most common instances of theft include:

Shoplifting

Stealing a car

Robbery

Find your specialist theft solicitor by contacting us immediately. We proactively respond to your concerns.

We have gained an established reputation of outstanding customer service and satisfaction.

You deserve a forthright and competent representative.

 

 

 

 

Have you been charged with:   Fraud, Theft, Shoplifting, Embezzlement or Benefits Fraud?

If so we can help with expert advice and representation throughout Scotland

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain.
No. There is no obligation under Scottish law to report fraud unless you are a regulated body and are required to do so.

If you have been charged with fraud, don’t delay in speaking to a solicitor. Fraud can take many forms and generally involves deceptively taking property without the owner’s consent with the intention for personal gain. Fraud cases can be highly complex, and our solicitors have extensive knowledge in the field and are experienced in dealing with complex cases with large amounts of evidence.

We deal in all types of fraud cases including:

Specialist Fraud & Embezzlement Solicitors Glasgow

If you find yourself the subject of an investigation by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), contact our expert fraud solicitors today. We have dealt with many types of benefit fraud cases and are highly familiar with the processes involved. We understand this can be a stressful time for you, and you may have never faced investigation or exposure to the criminal justice system previously; we can offer proactive and pragmatic legal advice and guide you through the whole process.

 “He’s an excellent solicitor and has helped me through some tough times so I would recommend Keith j tuck to anyone, so thanks again for everything you’ve done for me in the past Keith.”

Anonymous, Glasgow, 2017

Contact Our Fraud Solicitors in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, Scotland

We have particular experience defending serious and complex cases, including the longest – and perhaps the most complex – indictment trial ever at Sheriff Court level related to fraud/people trafficking. Keith J Tuck successfully defended the principal accused. He also defended the principal accused in the longest trial ever in British legal history – a complex fraud case at the High Court. He has an unrivalled commitment to defending individuals who face crisis.

Keith Tuck Solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with fraud cases and can help you each step of the way. Call us as soon as you hear you are being investigated and we can ensure you have the best outcome possible. Our criminal solicitors operate in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Give us a call today on 0141 471 9296, or contact us via our online contact form.

Charged with fraud in Scotland?

Fraud is an act of deception for personal gain. Fraud takes many forms and many fraud cases are exceedingly complex.

There are many different types of fraud and some are extremely complex. Often, the evidence to be considered can date back many years. If you have been accused of fraud, it’s important to swiftly enlist the help of established and recognised criminal defence lawyer.

We can advise you on the following areas

  • Company fraud
  • HMRC matters including VAT fraud
  • Internet fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Fraudulent schemes ie pyramid or Ponzi type frauds
  • Mortgage fraud
  • ‘Boiler Room’ Fraud
  •  FCA investigations