You can apply but an inquiry very similar to whether you are a person of good moral character, will be made by USCIS and based on what you are saying, you will have difficult time overcoming it. But then, it depends of what you are calling an immigration fraud. Why don't you take all the information you have in your possession, take your time and consult an immigration attorney in person for more detailed analysis? Can't hurt, can it? i am not sure that this forum is particularly appropriate for questions of this type. You definitely appear in need of professional consultation, not an answer to a general question of eligibility or procedure.
Fraud will cause a denial. That said, fraud can be subjective so understanding the exact facts and circumstances regarding the act is important not just for DACA but for future issues.
It all depends on individual facts. You need to have a consultation with a lawyer to evaluate the risk involved.
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Of course, you may apply; however, the more appropriate question is whether you should. If it is determined that you have, in fact, committed immigration fraud; then deportation proceedings will ensue and you could face a permanent bar to legally immigrating to the United States. Consult with an attorney with in depth knowledge of immigration law as soon as possible in order to obtain a proper evaluation of whether or not you have committed what the USCIS will deem immigration fraud.