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Wire Fraud

Accused of Wire Fraud in New York?

Our NYC White Collar Crime Lawyers Represent Defendants in White Plains, Yonkers & New Rochelle

Wire fraud is generally added to other fraud / white collar crimes if that crime involves any kind of electronic communication at any time during the commission of the crime. You can be charged with this crime even if your attempt to defraud is not successful. Wire fraud is generally charged as a federal crime and needs to be treated as such when you are planning your defense. If you have been charged with wire fraud, you need to protect your rights and your freedom by ensuring that you have a competent lawyer.

Your attorney at the Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser has experience in successfully handling both federal and state criminal cases. Because wire fraud is often compounded with other charges and is almost always a federal crime, you should arm yourself with a lawyer who is well-versed in many aspects of white collar crimes at the federal court and at the state court level. The more experience and legal knowledge your lawyer has, the better your defense will be.

Fighting Your Wire Fraud Charges

The consequences you could face if you are convicted of wire fraud depend upon the unique circumstances of your case. If your attempt to defraud involves a bank, credit union or other financial institution, you could suffer further penalties including extensive jail time and massive fines.

If you are looking for a NYC white collar criminal attorney who will give your case the attention and dedication that it deserves, The Law Offices of Daniel A. Hochheiser is the law firm for you. Because we are an intimate firm, you can guarantee that you will receive a comprehensive and tailor-made defense that is targeted to maximizing your chances of a positive outcome in your wire fraud case.

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