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Those facing wire fraud charges need to think about a defense

On Behalf of | Jun 21, 2018 | Federal Criminal Defense, Firm News |

Most people living and working in Mississippi put in years of hard work to build a successful career. In many cases, this means years of higher education combined with more years of hands-on training while advancing through their chosen industry. Unfortunately, we have seen all this hard work go down the drain when allegations of wire fraud arise.

It is crucial to understand that wire fraud is a federal offense that comes with serious repercussions upon conviction. As such, being charged with these crimes requires a strong federal criminal defense strategy. In the business community, people are often dumbfounded when they learn they are facing wire fraud charges. Usually, this is because in business, the line between lawful and unlawful transactions can be blurry.

Everyone should learn about wire fraud, including exactly what is allowed and what isn’t. This knowledge can lead you down the right path if any questionable business activity lands on your desk.

If it is already too late and you have been accused of wire fraud, we urge you to take action right away. The consequences of conviction are severe. These may include hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and up to 20 years in prison. You could also lose your career, your reputation and your personal relationships.

Although prosecutors aggressively pursue convictions in these cases, they must still present evidence proving that wire fraud occurred. Creating a solid federal criminal defense gives you the power to refute the charges against you and resume your normal life. Our website contains information about defending yourself against federal charges. Please visit us online to learn more.


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