Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud Charges – San Diego Criminal Law Info
Both mail fraud and wire fraud are considered serious federal offenses. If you have been accused of either mail fraud or wire fraud, it is very likely that you will be or have been the subject of some form of federal investigation. It is in your best interests to contact a skilled lawyer as soon as you have been accused of either of these actions. Below is a basic overview of both mail fraud and wire fraud followed by information on how Randy M. Grossman, a criminal law attorney based in San Diego, can assist you in cases such as these.
Mail fraud refers to any act performed to illegally obtain money or other objects through the use of the postal service. This can take a number of different forms (e.g., impersonating other individual senders, false invoices, abuse of mail order systems, false charities/organizations) and can range in their levels of complexity.
Wire fraud refers to fraudulent acts that are performed using any form of electronic communication. It is quite similar to mail fraud, and, similarly, acts of wire fraud can assume different forms and can range in their levels of complexity.
After a Mail or Wire Fraud Charge – How a White Collar Crime Attorney Can Help
After an accusation of mail fraud or wire fraud, it is in your best interests to contact San Diego-based criminal defense lawyer Randy M. Grossman. He will be sure to examine all aspects of your case, from the charges to the evidence and documentation of the circumstances in the case. He will be sure that you receive a fair trial and, and if the accusation is baseless, or the government cannot prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt, Mr. Grossman will fight to clear your name and your reputation.
If you or someone you love has been charged with mail fraud or wire fraud and require legal representation,contact the San Diego Law Offices of Randy M. Grossman.