If you or your company has been charged with perpetrating mail or wire fraud, you need serious and effective criminal defense attorneys protecting your interests. At the Hartford law offices of Rome McGuigan, P.C., our lawyers have been helping clients successfully resolve their criminal charges for more than 35 years.

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Under federal laws, a transaction is fraudulent if it was induced via dishonest or deceptive acts or willful misrepresentations for the purpose of monetary gain. Because Internet, telephone and other forms of wire communication are commonly used to facilitate business, many individuals who have been accused of being involved in fraudulent transactions are charged with mail and wire fraud.

If you have been charged with mail or wire fraud, you are facing a serious federal criminal offense. Penalties for mail and wire fraud vary depending on the circumstances involved. Convictions typically carry high fines up to $250,000 and up to five years in prison. If federal securities or banks were involved, courts may impose greater punishments.

The fear and uncertainty that accompany mail and wire fraud and other white collar crimes can make it difficult for clients to see past their current legal issues. At Rome McGuigan, P.C., we reassure clients that there is a better life waiting for them on the other side of their criminal charge. As former prosecutors and state's attorneys, we know how to create innovative, effective legal campaigns that help clients overcome their current legal hurdles and move forward with their lives.

Mail And Wire Fraud Charges

If a federal service, such as an email, letter, text message, phone call or other wire service, was used during a plan to defraud an individual or business, federal mail and wire fraud charges may be brought. Common mail and wire fraud charges arise in circumstances involving:

  • Securities fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Telemarketing fraud
  • Fundraising fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • Pension fraud
  • Drug crimes
  • Child pornography possession crimes

If you or your company has been charged with mail or wire fraud, contact our mail fraud defense attorneys today at 860-560-8037 or toll free at 866-558-6182.