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Austin Wire Fraud Lawyers

Wire fraud is an umbrella term used for any federal crime or act of fraud that involves communicating electronically. These crimes can include the use of electronic methods of communication such as television, radio, telephone, or computer. Using interstate “wires” or electronic communication in order to carry out fraud or a scheme for financial benefit is considered a felony, and as such it can have serious legal repercussions.

If you or someone you know has recently been charged with wire fraud, you need to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney today. A wire fraud conviction could damage multiple areas of your life, including personal relationships and professional reputation. To stand up for your rights, contact knowledgeable Austin wire fraud attorney Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950 and schedule a consultation to discuss your legal options.

Elements of Wire Fraud

Facing wire fraud charges can be a very trying time in your life. Thus, it is important to understand what counts as wire fraud. The most common actions that lead to wire fraud charges include:

  • Any deceitful act or intention to commit a deceitful act via electronic communication
  • Obtaining money or financial rewards through fraudulent acts using radio, television, or any other interstate, electricity-dependent communication
  • Using electronic signs, pictures or sounds to commit a crime

Wire fraud penalties can be harsh. A convicted individual can be forced to pay a large fine and/or spend up to 20 years in prison.

Contact Us

Wire fraud accusations against you can be frightening, but you are not alone. Contact the experienced Austin wire fraud lawyer Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950 to learn more about how we can help you protect your rights during this time.

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