Defense Against Charges Of Wire Fraud
Using electronic communication devices such as telephones, computers or even electronic bank transfers in connection with criminal activities may result in a charge of wire fraud. In most cases, this is a federal offense, with stiff penalties, including large fines and prison terms of up to 20 years per count. It is considered a “white collar crime”; however, it is most often charged in connection with other crimes such as drug trafficking or sex trafficking, that may or may not be white collar criminal activity. Given the complex nature of such cases, charges can be difficult to defend.
With experienced lawyers on your side, though, there are many strategies that can be used to reduce the charges against you or even have them dropped altogether. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., our nationally recognized attorneys have the knowledge and experience in federal wire fraud cases to examine all angles and identify the best defense strategy for your case. With offices in Atlanta we serve throughout the U.S. and have earned a reputation for our successful results.
How We Help
Even if you have not been charged yet, but suspect that you are under investigation for wire fraud or other federal crimes, do not hesitate to seek legal counsel. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we understand the implications of criminal wire fraud charges and the impact they could have on your life. We are dedicated to helping our clients fight back against the prosecution and get their lives back on track.
Our attorneys can give you sound legal advice on how best to proceed before and after charges are filed. We have a record of successfully convincing federal investigators that charges are not warranted or that existing charges should be reduced or dropped altogether.