Wire Fraud

Federal Wire Fraud Defense in Georgia

Knowledge of the Laws, Skilled in the Courts, Dedicated to Protecting You

The U.S. Attorney can file federal mail and/or wire fraud charges anytime mail or wire services are used in the commission of a crime.

The law broadly defines wire fraud as devising or intending to devise a scheme to defraud others of money or property under false pretenses, representations or promises by means of electronic communications, or “wires.” Because they usually involve interstate matters, most wire fraud cases are considered federal crimes with convictions carrying large fines, prison sentences of up to 20 years, or both.

Our federal criminal defense lawyer handles cases involving:

  • False insurance claims
  • Bond issuances and investment schemes
  • Falsifying loan applications
  • Check fraud schemes
  • Bribes or kickbacks
  • False advertising or misrepresentation in sales transactions

Our firm offers extensive ability to represent clients in major criminal cases and investigations involving wire fraud, mail fraud, bank fraud, and RICO violations. While we strive to resolve matters discreetly through aggressive negotiation, our fraud attorneys will not hesitate to take your case to trial.

Federal bank fraud cases can also center on the wiring of money or information used to trick individuals, businesses or customers.

Transferring money to an offshore or international bank may be a legitimate and legal transaction.

However, transferring money to an offshore or international bank account to conceal a crime can lead to serious federal criminal charges. At the Strom Law Firm, LLC, our criminal defense lawyers have handled wire fraud and other cases in Federal and State courts.

The Strom Law Firm, LLC has the experience that you need to defend your wire fraud charge.   We will fight hard to have your charges reduced, or even dismissed. Contact us today for a free consultation at 912-264-6465 to discuss the facts of your case as well the most effective way to proceed with your case.