Mail & wire fraud charges are typically brought when the government lacks sufficient evidence to be able to successfully prosecute other white collar crimes charges such as:
The fact that mail and wire fraud charges may be brought when the prosecution does not have enough evidence does not mean that this is a minor charge. A possible sentence for a mail or wire fraud conviction can result in prison time.
Aggressive Defense Against Mail and Wire Fraud Charges
The value our criminal defense team can provide you in preparing for trial will greatly exceed the attorney fee charged. Our firm routinely appears in state and federal courts for individuals charged with these crimes.
Contact the Richmond White Collar Crime Defense Attorneys at Cravens & Noll
If you have been charged with or even simply believe that you are under investigation for mail or wire fraud, you need to take a proactive posture regarding the defense of your rights. Our experienced attorneys can help ensure that your rights are protected while we pursue the best possible resolution to your case. Turn to the experienced Richmond mail and wire fraud defense lawyers of Cravens & Noll. To schedule an initial consultation, call 804-332-6161 or toll free at 866-547-6373, or simply contact us online.