The Blanch Law Firm has unparalleled experience within the legal community defending against wire fraud claims charges. Whether or not a case goes to trial, our litigation experts know that pretrial preparation and strategy are crucial to a success. At trial, they provide masterful courtroom representation to protect clients against prosecution for wire fraud and all related offenses.
In its widest sense, wire fraud-like any type of economic fraud-is dishonest dealing, based on a representation of fact that actually is untrue. The crime of wire fraud is committed when a practitioner makes a false representation by means of wire, cable, electronic, or other like connection between points of origin and reception for the purpose of causing the recipient to act to its economic detriment on that representation.
Prosecutors are targeting individuals and organizations suspected of wire fraud schemes with a view to adding charges for related offenses, such as financial institutions fraud, violations of the False Claims Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. Related offenses include:
Bank Loan Fraud
Bank Draft Fraud
Check Mail Fraud
Conspiracy to commit fraud
Online Banking Fraud
Money Laundering fraud
Bank phishing scams
Bank scams of federal government agencies such as Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Conviction for wire fraud and related charges is punishable by severe monetary penalties and up to 20 years' imprisonment. And the judge can order forfeiture of all assets derived from the wire fraud scheme and related offenses.
If you have been charged-or expect to be-with wire fraud, turning to The Blanch Law Firm is your best defense. Our highly skilled attorneys are renowned for their aggressive tactics and outstanding results. Do not delay in seeking experienced criminal defense counsel. For a free and confidential consultation, Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling 212-736-3900.