Wire Fraud

Information on Wire Fraud

NYC Wire Fraud Defense Lawyer

When facing charges of wire fraud it important to understand what constitutes wire fraud and what are your options for defending yourself against these charges. Wire fraud is generally not a charge that is given on its own but rather is made in addition to another charge that prosecutors may feel is not as easily proven as wire fraud. Wire fraud is described as an intentional scheme created to fraudulently deprive another of their money or property by means of false promises or representation using electronic communication.

Originally intended to cover the use of the radio, wire fraud now includes radio, television, internet, telegraph or any other form of wire communication. Contact a New York City criminal lawyer from our firm immediately to discuss what your legal options are in crafting a strong defense against these charges. The sooner we get started the better your chances of realizing the most successful outcome to your case.

Since 1872 wire fraud has been a federal offense in the United States. As electronic communication methods have increased so have the number of wire fraud cases being litigated in this country. You may be charged and convicted of wire fraud even if the attempt to defraud was unsuccessful. Procuring the services of a professional legal team well versed in criminal law at both the state and federal level will increase your chances for the best possible results.

Fraud Attorney Serving New York City

When facing wire fraud charges, the laws regarding such may seem complicated and confusing. You can trust the proven and knowledgeable staff at H. Benjamin Perez & Associates, P.C. to provide you with the best possible defense specially designed to fit your unique set of circumstances.

We will take the necessary time to get to know you and the details of your case in order to give you the attention and dedication from our staff that you deserve. Contact us today.


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