Accused of Mail Fraud or Wire Fraud in Orlando, Florida?
Mail fraud and wire fraud charges are used frequently by federal agents and other government agents for several reasons.
- First, these violations occur frequently and are easy to prove: almost any serious alleged criminal activity requires the use the postal system, a phone or electronic transmissions, including e-mail and wire transfers.
- Second, these violations care heavy penalties. Conviction can bring a prison sentence of 20 years.
Mail and wire fraud charges are often leveled in conjunction with other charges, to increase consequences upon conviction. If you face mail or wire fraud charges, we can provide the knowledgeable and experienced legal defense you need.
Accused of mail fraud or wire fraud in Orlando or anywhere in Florida or the U.S.? Contact the former federal prosecutors at Leventhal & Slaughter, LLC at 407-849-6161.
At Leventhal & Slaughter, LLC we have successfully handled hundreds of mail and wire fraud cases. We have helped doctors accused of over-utilizing procedures, small and large businesses accused of money and property schemes, and businesses and individuals accused of insurance claim- and sales tax-related wire and mail fraud.
We have devised an original and effective legal defense for hundreds of mail and wire fraud cases. Were you aware of the illegality of your action? Was a bank or other party involved in the alleged activity? Are you innocent of the large charges associated with your mail or wire fraud charge?
Our attorneys can conduct a full investigation and advocate for your rights. Frequently, charges are baseless. For instance, banks are required to report "suspicious activity" regarding cash transfers, or face serious legal consequences, including the loss of their charter. Many of our mail and wire fraud clients have been charged for innocent transfers of cash.
If you have questions regarding mail and wire fraud charges, contact our firm for a free initial consultation. Our lawyers accept credit cards, are available for evening and weekend appointments, and are conveniently located in downtown Orlando within walking distance of the federal and state courthouses. To contact us, call 407-849-6161.