Securities Fraud Charge for Oxnard Man
Securities Fraud Charge for Oxnard Man
An Oxnard man will face charges of securities fraud because he promised his victims that he could triple their money by investing it in stocks. He falsely told his victims that he was an investment broker.

As part of the scam, the man accepted cash only. Detectives from the Oxnard Police Department arrested him after discovering that Los Angeles County issued a warrant for his arrest. The man does not hold a securities license, but perpetrated the same scam in Los Angeles County.

Oxnard Securities fraud attorney


If you’re facing charges of securities fraud, or a financial crime related to investments, you need the assistance of an experienced securities fraud attorney like Robert Helfend. Mr. Helfend practices criminal defense and for more than 30 years, thousands of Southern Californians have turned to him for help.

Mr. Helfend manages each case personally, so you will work directly with him on your defense. He does not pass cases along to less experienced attorneys, which can happen at larger, less personal law firms.

Mr. Helfend aggressively defends his clients in court and throughout the judicial process. He does not judge clients based on what they’ve been charged with, but works to ensure their rights. First, he will work to get charges against you reduced or dropped. If that’s not possible, he will work toward the best possible outcome for your case. He uses a plain-English approach with his clients, so you’ll always understand what is happening with your case.

Don’t rely on an inexperienced criminal defense attorney, and don’t work with an attorney who won’t aggressively defend you in court. Felony convictions can affect you for the rest of your life, so choosing the right counsel is essential.

Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (805) 273-5611, (310) 456-3317 or (818) 591-2809 for an immediate consultation on your Ventura County securities fraud case.

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