Aggressive Defense For Federal Mail And Wire Fraud Charges
Any time federal investigators make an arrest for a federal fraud or white collar offense, they will often look for evidence of using the U.S. mail service or internet to add mail and wire fraud to the mix. However, the actual charges are often dubious, with no criminal intent associated with them.
Federal mail and wire fraud charges can include activities as minor as sending or receiving an email to or from someone who is already under investigation for a crime. When the other person is charged, prosecutors begin digging through evidence, looking for any correspondence or communications with others who might be involved. Too often, names are loosely and inappropriately given in exchange for plea agreements for reduced charges.
Experienced And Aggressive Representation
If you are under investigation or have been charged with a federal mail or wire fraud scheme in South Texas, get the experienced and aggressive federal criminal defense representation you need. Call the Law Offices of Anthony B. Cantrell in San Antonio or New Braunfels right away.
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Attorney Cantrell offers a free initial case evaluation. Call the office nearest you or send an email requesting a response as soon as possible.
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