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Wire Fraud Defense

Atlanta White Collar Crime Attorneys

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WHITE COLLAR CRIME DEFENSE

Wire fraud is a very common federal crime. As with many other kinds of fraud (e.g. mail and bank fraud) the prosecution usually adds wire fraud as a catch all alternative to help bolster the prosecution. Wire fraud charges are usually brought against someone after a lengthy investigation has been conducted by federal agencies in tandem with the Department of Justice. Due to the nature of these offenses and charges it is highly recommended to retain a white-collar crime criminal defense attorney with experience in this area. The federal government has extensive resources at their disposal as compared to a local jurisdiction, so you need a strong defense team and strategy to fight against these charges and accusations.

Accusations like these can put your future at risk not to mention your reputation and freedom. When your life and career are at stake, retaining a law firm like the Arora Law Firm, with its expert attorneys, is necessary. The Arora law firm has extensive experience dealing with not just federal charges but all kinds of white-collar crime offenses.

If you’re located in Atlanta, in Georgia, or anywhere in the United States, call Arora Law at (404) 609-4664 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. We proudly assist Spanish-speaking clients (Se habla Español) or Hindi.

What is Wire Fraud?

As mentioned above, wire fraud is almost exclusively brought by federal prosecutors and is a serious felony. Federal crimes are punished severely and have permanent consequences. It is illegal to use wired devices (e.g. telephone, radio, fax, email, apps, or any other form of electronic communication) to defraud someone. Knowingly using these means of communication to defraud someone through false pretenses, representations, or promises, is what the government defines as wire fraud.

Unlike charges levied against someone at the state level, these white-collar crime offenses are seen as more severe for 3 main reasons. 1) Judges are seen as more strict in federal cases and depending on the offense (based upon the federal sentencing guidelines); 2) federal investigations have more resources at their disposal than state counterparts; and 3) charges are brought forth with other fraud charges.

Justifications for bringing Wire Fraud charges against an individual are usually 2-pronged. The first is the government alleging the existence of a scheme to defraud individuals or companies. The second is the use of electronic communications like those described above. A key third component needs to be proved by the prosecution. That’s the component of willful participation in the scheme by the defendant. 

What is a 'white-collar' crime?

This is an umbrella term normally used for crimes associated with professionals, executives, public officials,
and in general against high-standing members of their community.

Fraud

This is a general term under our State and Federal laws. Fraud includes deceptive business practices, false representations, trickery or deceit.

Forgery

When a person deceives another person, business or government entity using a false document.

Embezzlement

The unauthorized transfer of money. These crimes often include the embezzlement of money from an employer, with schemes that can include the creation of dummy companies.

Bribery

The federal government takes actionable steps to punish public corruption, including those charged with bribery. Bribery involves offering a benefit to a public official in an effort to change that official’s actions.

PPP Fraud

PPP Fraud, or Payment Protection Program Fraud, is a recent development of the COVID-19 pandemic. The US Government can charge a person, persons, or entity with PPP Fraud or fraud related to this program if they deem the funds were ill-gotten or misused.

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At Arora Law, our attorneys have more than 4 decades of combined experience protecting clients’ rights and reputations when they’ve been charged with white-collar offenses. As former prosecutors, we anticipate how the prosecution will build its case, enabling us to build a strong defense against harsh penalties.

Atlanta Based
White Collar Crime Attorneys

Our firm is focused on fighting for your rights. Charges of this magnitude must not be taken lightly. We will analyze your case, examine the facts, and help you choose the best strategy and path forward. Contact us today to find out more.

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