Israeli Citizen abroad
When Israeli Citizen is traveling abroad, it’s easy enough to break a law you don’t know exists. So, what would you do if the police take you in custody?
The very first thing you may think of is Contacting your embassy, but unfortunately, the truth is that Embassy representatives will not assist you. The Embassy workers won’t even provide you a legal assistance, immunity or evacuation just because someone is in trouble with the police.
The recommendation is therefore to ask from one of your family members to contact our law firm A.S.A.P. one of our Attorney’s will Fly immediately and reach the destination country, and will coordinate a visit. if the client is in custody, it will be possible to consider how best to work for it. Remember, it is inadvisable to rely on a free legal advice, and it is essential to enable our experts to achieve full information, so we could be client in the most effective way.
defense lawyers assisting clients charged with fraud in israel
Not all criminal offenses require violence. In fact, many crimes are financially motivated. These financial and business-related offenses are typically called white collar crimes. While some are misdemeanors, many are felonies under the Israeli law and can lead to high fines and lengthy prison sentences.
If you have been accused of a white collar crime, contact the criminal defense lawyers of Weisbuch Wolstein right away at 03-6953324 . We can review your situation and build you the strongest defense possible under the law.
Common White Collar Offenses
White collar crime encompasses dozens of offenses; however, some of the most common charges are:
Credit card fraud: If there is evidence you obtained a credit card through fraudulent means or used a credit card with the intent to defraud another, you can be charged .
Forgery: You can be charged with forgery if there is evidence you falsely made, completed, or altered a written instrument, knowingly possessed a forged document, or presented a forged document with the intent to defraud another person.
Identity theft: It is unlawful to knowingly take, purchase, create, record, possess, or use any personal identifying information or entity information without that other person or entity’s consent and with the intent to obtain or use that identity for unlawful purposes or to cause the person or entity a loss.
Embezzlement: the misappropriation of funds by an individual given control over those assets is prosecuted as theft. The level of a charge for theft depends on the value of the money or property stolen
Deceptive business practices: You can be charged with deceptive business practices if there is evidence you intentionally or recklessly mislabeled goods or services, sold adulterated goods or services, offered or sold less than the represented quantity of a good or service, or used or possessed a false weight or measure to falsely determine or record the quality or quantity of a commodity.
Heated arguments often take place between loved ones. When you live in the same house as another person or have developed an intimate relationship, it can be all too easy to let annoyances and past hurts fuel your anger during a disagreement. This can lead to arguments that get loud and a bit out of hand. Unfortunately, from the outside looking in, these types of heated quarrels can look like more than what they are, leading to accusations of domestic violence.
If you have been accused of assaulting, injuring, or disturbing the peace of a family member or romantic partner, you need to reach out to an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible. The criminal defense lawyers at Weisbuch-Wolstein can help you address domestic violence charges or orders of protection that have been filed against you and pursue the best possible outcome in your situation. Call our office today at 03-6953324