Federal prosecutors aggressively prosecute fraud cases. Often they charge both mail and wire fraud. Claiming the use of the mail or the use of interstate wire communication is simply a way of getting federal jurisdiction of a fraud case. Some typical examples of the types of fraud where federal mail and wire fraud charges might be made are:
Check kiting schemes
In order to prove mail or wire fraud scheme, the prosecution must establish the person had specific intent to defraud.
Having the skilled dedicated wire fraud attorneys from Birrell Criminal Defense, fighting wire or mail fraud charges on your behalf can make a difference. These are complicated fact intensive matters that need to be handled carefully.
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