Prosecutors routinely include mail fraud and wire fraud allegations in an indictment that contains other criminal charges. Generally speaking, a defendant charged with mail fraud is alleged to have used the U.S. Postal Service in connection with a scheme to defraud another of money or property. A defendant charged with wire fraud is alleged to have used an interstate wire transfer (such as a telephone call, email, money wire transfer, or text message) to further a criminal scheme.
Our team – which includes former federal prosecutors and federal public defenders – has extensive experience prosecuting and defending allegations of mail fraud and wire fraud. With decades of trial experience litigating these type of cases, BMK is uniquely positioned to help clients prepare a defense to these crimes and other related charges.