Los Angeles Mail & Wire Fraud Attorney
Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Los Angeles
Charged with mail and wire fraud in Los Angeles? Mail fraud and Wire fraud
are most often charged as
federal crimes in the United States District Court. This means that federal law enforcement
agencies, investigators and prosecutors will be working hard to ensure
a conviction and lengthy prison sentences. Mail and wire fraud are non-violent
theft crimes, using the U.S. mail, wire services or private carriers such as Federal
Express, UPS, etc. as part of any criminal scheme to defraud. Even if
you are innocent of the charges, making a false statement to a Federal
Investigator during the investigation is a separate crime in and of itself.
Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer
Robert M. Bernstein fights to defend clients who are under investigation or facing charges
of mail or wire fraud. Although
fraud crimes such as these are often difficult to defend this does not mean that an
experienced and aggressive attorney such as Mr. Bernstein cannot achieve
success on your behalf. By using every weapon in his arsenal of criminal
defense strategies, Los Angeles Criminal Attorney Robert Bernstein gives
his clients the best opportunity to reach a positive outcome for their
particular mail or wire fraud case.
Los Angeles Mail Fraud Defense Lawyer
Mail fraud is intentionally planning, creating, or carrying out a scheme
in order to defraud others by using the U.S. mail, or private carriers
such as Federal Express, UPS, etc.
Credit card fraud, Loan Fraud, Insurance Fraud, medical drug fraud,
investment fraud and many other forms of fraud may be carried out through the mail. If this
scheme targets a financial institution, the penalties may include a prison
sentence of up to 30 years and a fine of up to one million dollars.
This serious criminal charge requires only the best Los Angeles Criminal
Defense Attorney. Robert M. Bernstein is experienced and ready to help
you with your mail fraud case today!
Los Angeles Wire Fraud Defense Lawyer
Wire fraud occurs when an individual knowingly and intentionally devises
a scheme to defraud others of property or money - using interstate "wires"
to carry the scheme out. This can include the internet, phone lines, financial
wire transfers, television or radio. As with mail fraud, defrauding a
financial institution may result in a prison sentence of up to 30 years
as well as fines totaling $1,000,000.