Fraud Charges in Ponzi Scheme | Boulder Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Boulder Daily Camera reports that a man who lived in Boulder for a number of years has been sentenced to federal prison for over five years on a convicton of wire fraud. Using a wire fraud in a ponzi scheme, David Helm Taylor was accused of scamming people from Colorado and around the country out of over $2 million. While he lived in Boulder for much of the time that the scam was running, he was arrested in New Mexico. Mr. Taylor is believed to have fled Boulder for New Mexico when he became aware that he was being investigated.  He has been ordered to pay $2.5 million in restitution to the people who were defrauded, in addition to the prison time.

Are you being investigated for fraud? Contact a dedicated Boulder criminal defense lawyer right away to protect your rights.

The fact that people charged with crimes are innocent until proven guilty in court is one of the most basic features of our criminal justice system. However, not everyone understands the importance of actively protecting their legal rights. If you don’t work hard to protect them immediately, the prosecutors’ job becomes much easier. From the moment that you even think you may be arrested, you need a the services of an experienced 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 Boulder criminal defense lawyer right away. Former Boulder County prosecutor Steven Louth is a Colorado criminal defense lawyer who understands how prosecutors assemble 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.

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