Los Angeles attorney defends clients against unemployment claim fraud
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Jasmine Mines, Esq. works with clients in Southern California who may have been spied on by special tasks forces

LOS ANGELES - Californer -- Have you been accused of unemployment claim fraud?

If so, one rising criminal defense attorney serving clients across Southern California wants to help.

Jasmine Mines, Esq. is a California attorney who represents people accused of unemployment insurance fraud. Her goal is to analyze all the facts of their cases to determine if there's an avenue to pursue to get her clients' charges reduced or dismissed.

Across the area, reports are rising of special task forces spying on people withdrawing from ATMs with prepaid Employment Development Department (EDD) debit cards issued to deliver unemployment benefit payments. According to Mines, the individuals who have contacted her are then being charged with identity theft or wire fraud, depending on the circumstances.

Mines intends to investigate whether these special task forces are violating citizens'  civil liberties by spying on their behavior.

"At a time when more people are unemployed due to the pandemic and economic downturn, this is just one tactic law enforcement is now using to crack down on crime," Mines said. "Unfortunately, it is being done at the expense of the civil liberties of the accused. If you have been arrested in conjunction with an alleged unemployment claim fraud crime and think you may have been treated unjustly, please call my office to schedule your free consultation. I'm here to help."

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Mines' legal services through her Los Angeles legal office The Mines Law Firm cover everything from personal injury claims and contracts to family law and criminal law cases. A tireless advocate for her clients, her mission is to "protect the people, not the powerful" seeking justice for the individuals and families she serves.

"If you feel your civil liberties have been violated by unlawful law enforcement behaviors after being accused of unemployment claim related fraud, my firm can evaluate your situation and come up with solutions," Mines said. "At The Mines law firm, we act in our clients' best interest to create a winning case on their behalf. We will help you understand your rights and help you achieve the best possible outcome."

For a free consultation, contact The Mines Law Firm at 888.700.0093 or go to https://themineslawfirm.com. Follow the Mines Law Firm on Facebook at @TheMinesLawFirm and on Instagram at @attorney.jasmine.

Jasmine Mines, Esq.

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