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Dallas Wire Fraud Defense Attorney
Fraud is a general term for an extensive range of deceitful conduct. One type of federal criminal fraud is wire fraud.
Wire fraud occurs when an individual makes false misrepresentations or promises using an electronic communication, with the intention of obtaining money, property, or services from another. The offense may occur through the Internet, email, telephone, television, or radio. Wire fraud is deemed a federal charge when an individual uses interstate wires.
Wire fraud is an aggressively prosecuted offense, and a conviction may result in large fines, imprisonment, and other serious repercussions. If you or a loved one are charged with wire fraud, consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Call David Finn, P.C. at (214) 871-1112 today.
Federal Consequences of Wire Fraud
Many people consider fraud to be a relatively harmless form of white collar crime. However, wire fraud and other kinds of fraud may be classified as a federal crime, with penalties and consequences that are lengthy and far reaching. These include:
- Hefty fines of up to $1,000,000
- Up to 20 years’ incarceration in federal prison
- A term federal probation or supervised release
- Loss of federal benefits
- Loss of the right to vote
- Loss of the right to possess a firearm
The severity of an offender’s penalties is largely dependent on the amount of loss caused by the fraudulent scheme. If the fraud involves financial institutions or a presidentially declared emergency or major disaster, for instance, then the maximum sentence may increase to up to 30 years’ imprisonment.
Apart from the above mentioned legal penalties, a federal conviction for wire fraud will also significantly affect an individual’s educational and career opportunities. A conviction may also attach a negative stigma to the offender.
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In many instances, wire fraud is also paired with other grave white collar crime offenses such as conspiracy or extortion. As such, individuals facing such charges are potentially dealing with compounded penalties and additional charges, making a solid defense even more vital.
If you or a loved one face federal wire fraud charges, it is essential have a skilled criminal defense attorney by your side. David Finn, P.C. will fight aggressively to protect your rights, fight the allegations against you, and create the strongest defense possible. Call (214) 871-1112 today to schedule a consultation.
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