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New Jersey Wire Fraud Lawyers

Resourceful Criminal Defense Attorneys Advocate For Clients Accused of Wire and Mail Fraud Throughout New Jersey

Wire and mail fraud charges involve any crime that is committed using the U.S. mail, private mail carrier or some form of electronic communication. Although wire and mail fraud is considered a “white-collar” crime, a conviction for wire and mail fraud crimes carries significant penalties in and of itself and is often prosecuted at the federal level. At Team Law, our New Jersey Wire Fraud Lawyers have the experience and resources to build a strong and tactful defense and handle every aspect of your wire and mail fraud charges. Call today for a free consultation: 1-800-TEAM-LAW.

Additionally, wire and mail fraud charges are usually associated with other charges that may have been committed that underlie the offense via mail or wire. This could translate into additional severe penalties and prison sentences if convicted of both the wire and mail fraud crime and the underlying crime, including bank fraud, internet crimes, healthcare fraud, securities fraud, or identity theft. In certain circumstances, wire and mail fraud charges may be added in order to secure federal jurisdiction over your case.

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The New Jersey criminal justice system can be overwhelming to navigate, particularly when it comes to wire and mail fraud charges. At Team Law, we have the experience and resources to help you, no matter the severity of the wire and mail fraud charge or other charges you may be facing. Our legal team understands how sensitive and daunting the situation can feel. Our defense attorneys will use their expertise to build the strongest case possible and guide you through the legal process from start to finish.

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Elements Of Wire and Mail Fraud Charges In New Jersey

In New Jersey, in order to secure a conviction on mail fraud charges, the prosecution must prove the following:

Furthermore, wire fraud is defined as criminal fraudulent activity that takes place over the “wires”, which includes the internet, email, phones, television or even the radio. In wire fraud cases, it may be necessary for the prosecution to show that you reasonably knew that the wires would be used to accomplish the fraudulent scheme and that wire communications were used.

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A conviction for wire and mail fraud carries the following potential penalties:

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At Team Law, our New Jersey Wire Fraud Lawyers dedicate their time and attention with great care to each and every case. We have the experience and resources to build a strong and tactful defense and handle every aspect of your wire and mail fraud charges along with any additional charges that may have been brought against you.

If you or a loved one is facing mail or wire fraud charges in New Jersey, you need to act fast to secure your legal protection in order to have all of your rights and options available to you. We are here to support you through the difficulties and nuances of the legal process. And will fight for your rights and interests. Contact Team Law for a free and confidential consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wire and Mail Fraud In New Jersey

FAQ: What are some examples of wire and mail fraud?

Because of the evolving digital and cyber era we operate in, wire and mail fraud charges can be added to virtually any other type of fraud charge. Specific examples of mail or wire fraud may include making phone calls designed to obtain the personal information of the call recipient on false pretenses and for personal gain, sending mail that appears to be from a government agency, engaging in vacation scams offering low-cost rentals that do not exist, soliciting charitable donations on behalf of non-existent charities, and more.

FAQ: What does it mean for the prosecution to prove that I engaged in a scheme to defraud to convict me of wire and mail fraud charges?

The “scheme to defraud” element is interpreted broadly, encompassing almost any plan to obtain money, property or services by misrepresenting the facts, lying, providing false information or even omitting material facts. Because the wire and mail fraud statute is so broadly drafted, and equally broadly interpreted by the courts, it is especially important to get the advice of a skilled defense lawyer even if you believe the “scheme” that you are accused of being involved with was not serious enough to warrant prosecution. Contact Team Law for a free and confidential discussion.

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