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Have you been charged with mail fraud?

Mail fraud is the fraudulent schemes of an individual or entity to deprive another person or entity of personal property via the mail system. This can be done through a report of a lost package when the package was really taken by an employee. There are many different ways to commit mail fraud. While most are for the purpose of financial gain, some are for the purpose of damaging an individual or entity. There can be very serious penalties for conviction of mail fraud.

What You Need to Know About Wire Fraud

Wire fraud is a somewhat broad crime; it involves deception, promises, intentional leading to false truth and/or other deceiving acts for the purpose of depriving an individual of personal property or money or obtaining money or other property and assets. This can be done through the means of wire transmission, radio, television communication, and more.

As a federal crime, it can be punishable by up to 20 years in a federal prison and/or up to $1,000,000 in fines. As you can see, the penalties for conviction of this federal crime can be extremely harsh and life-altering. If you face charges for wire fraud then you will greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a San Francisco federal crime attorney from Okabe & Haushalter.

Defend Your Future: Call Okabe & Haushalter Now

San Francisco federal criminal defense attorneys from Okabe & Haushalter can assist with your case. If you are facing charges of mail or wire fraud, then you will greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a skilled federal crime lawyer from our firm. We are dedicated to the skillful representation of our clients, and we pride ourselves on taking the time to comprehensively understand our clients’ cases and charges. Based on the information that we gather and the specifics of your case, we can build a litigation strategy that is specifically tailored to fight for your rights, goals, and desires regarding your case in court.

If you are facing criminal charges, contact a San Francisco fraud lawyer from Okabe & Haushalter today. We can help you fight to protect your future.