Federal Wire Fraud Charges
Not all white collar crimes charges are equal. While all are serious, some can have life-changing consequences to those who have been convicted. This is particularly true with South Carolinians who have been charged in federal court. Federal prosecutors are tough, and sentences are often severe.
At the Price Law Firm in Greenville, we know how to defend clients charged with white collar crimes in federal court. We aren’t just an ordinary defense firm; in fact, we have decades of experience handling cases such as wire fraud that are heard in the federal court system. This gives us a natural advantage over other attorneys who haven’t put in the time to learn about the difficult nature of these cases and the hard work and perseverance that is needed to work toward a successful result.
The attorneys at our firm have more than a half-century of combined experience handling criminal cases. You can rely on the Price Law Firm to be a solid defender of your liberty.
What Kinds Of Cases Can Be Considered Wire Fraud?
Because of how people and businesses communicate these days, what prosecutors define as wire fraud is perhaps more wide-ranging than ever. Wire fraud could entail:
- Telemarketing schemes, by using landline, mobile phones or internet-based phone calls
- Fax transmissions intended to defraud
- Email communications such as phishing, or other attempts to illicitly capture personal information such as passwords, financial information or Social Security numbers
- Schemes implemented through radio or television broadcasts