Mail, Wire & Bank Fraud Attorney in Orlando

Mail, wire and bank fraud are offenses that can be quite complex in nature, and frequently charges used by prosecutors due to lack of evidence essential to supporting an indictment or conviction on those allegations. At Adams & Luka our Orlando white-collar crimes defense lawyers understand the similarities and differences among these types of fraud which makes us a good choice for legal guidance when faced with accusations of a criminal offense involving fraud. Whether you are under investigation or have been arrested for mail, wire or bank fraud it is important to protect your legal rights and secure effective, dedicated legal counsel.

What are the Differences in Mail, Wire & Bank Fraud in Orlando?

Wire fraud is a federal crime and one that is a "catch all" offense frequently charged by prosecutors when a fraudulent scheme involves transmitting in interstate or foreign commerce.

Bank fraud may occur when someone fails to include information on a bank examination report, falsifies a loan application, forges checks, or commits identity or internet theft or electronic fraud. When you intentionally commit or attempt to commit a scheme that defrauds a financial institution or that makes it possible for you to secure assets, money, securities, credits, funds or other property owned by a bank or financial institution under false promises, pretenses or representation, you may be accused of bank fraud.

Mail fraud includes a wide array of schemes including Ponzi schemes or other illegal schemes that knowingly or intentionally deprive someone else of property or service using the U.S. Postal Service or other interstate mail carrier such as UPS or FedEx in order to carry out the scheme. Fraudulent notices sent out to senior citizens claiming they are entitled to additional social security in an effort to gain his or her bank information, home improvement/repair scams - there are countless ways people commit mail fraud.

Penalties for Mail, Wire or Bank Fraud in Central Florida

If convicted of mail, wire or bank fraud in Orlando the penalties may vary depending on the type and extent of fraud committed, criminal history and other factors. However, it is important to note that federal crimes are punished at a harsher level than those prosecuted by the state. Penalties may include fines, restitution, probation and even prison time. For example, a mail fraud conviction may result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines or even millions, depending on the nature of the fraudulent offense. Prison terms may range from very little time behind bars to as much as 30 years.

Contact Adams & Luka Immediately

Any type of criminal accusation involving fraud is serious. As with other offenses, there are occasions on which someone is wrongfully accused or is completely unaware he or she is involved in illegal activity. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, it is vital to your freedom and future to work with an Orlando wire, mail and bank fraud defense lawyer who is skilled in mail, wire and bank fraud. At Adams & Luka obtaining the best possible result in your case is our top priority. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.

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