Wire fraud allegations can be frightening for any San Antonio resident to face.

In most cases, wire fraud is considered both a federal and state crime and may be pursued by either the FBI or a local law enforcement agency, respectively. Additionally, charges are normally filed against an individual only after a lengthy investigation. As such, once any individual learns that wire fraud allegations have been be filed against him or her, it is critical that experienced legal representation is retained as early on in the legal process as possible.

Mediums Commonly Used to Commit Wire Fraud

Wire fraud charges will likely be pursued against any individual that investigators believe has attempted to defraud others, for the purpose of obtaining their property or money under false pretenses, representation, or promises, commonly through one of the following mediums of communication:

  • Internet
  • E-mail
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Radio

As any of these communication networks is likely to extend over state lines, and thereby exceed the jurisdiction of any single state, wire fraud is considered a federal crime.

Contact a San Antonio Wire Fraud Defense Lawyer

With the help of an experienced attorney, you have a much better chance of having your charges reduced or even dropped altogether. At Del Prado Law, our San Antonio area wire fraud defense lawyers understand how federal prosecutors are likely to pursue wire fraud charges against you and, thereby, how best to defend against them. To confidentially discuss the particulars of your case with one of our highly skilled lawyers, please call our San Antonio offices at Del Prado Law today.

Call us now for a free confidential case review. Your future depends on it. (210) 698-3533