A former Boulder resident was sentenced to almost six years in federal prison for wire fraud, ccording to the Boulder Daily Camera. David Helm Taylor was accused of using wire fraud in a ponzi scheme to scam people out of over $2 million. He lived in Boulder for much of the time that the scam was running, and many of the victims were from Colorado. In addition to the prison time, he has been ordered to pay restitution to the fraud victims.
Are you facing fraud charges? You need to speak with an experienced Colorado criminal defense attorney immediately, to protect your rights.
One of the most fundamental tenets of our criminal justice system is that all people charged with crimes are innocent until proven guilty in court. If you don’t work hard to protect your rights immediately, you are making the prosecutors’ job much easier, but knowing how to protect your own rights isn’t easy. From the time that you are arrested, or even better, from the time that you learn that you are being investigated, you need an dedicated Boulder criminal defense lawyer on your side, making sure that your rights are observed.
If you have been charged with fraud in Boulder, or if you are being investigated for fraud, contact an dedicated, aggressive Colorado criminal defense law firm right away. Former Boulder County prosecutor Steven Louth is a Colorado criminal defense attorney who understands how prosecutors assemble fraud cases, and has the experience you need to design an effective defense strategy for you. Whether you made a mistake, or have been accused of something you didn’t do, Steve aggressively pursues the defense of all of his clients. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Steve at the Law Offices of Steven Louth at (303)442-2297.