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I have more than 30 years experience defending against wire and mail fraud accusations. I understand the complexity of these cases and I know how frightening it is to be accused of a white collar crime. If you have been accused of wire or mail fraud, you need an experienced attorney who understands the federal legal system.
A person can be charged with mail or wire fraud any time a fraud crime includes the use of email, telephone, fax, text messaging, or the USPS. These charges involve interstate communication and are considered an effort to illegally take money or property from a person or institution.
To be found guilty of fraud, intent to deceive must be proven. However, law enforcement does all it can to build their case and like all Colorado and federal white collar crimes, wire fraud is aggressively prosecuted. Prosecutors also make an effort to charge as many specific counts as possible, leaving plenty of room for negotiation. You need an experienced lawyer willing and able to fight hard to defend you.
I have more than 30 years of white collar fraud crime experience. I have defended complex cases including:
White collar cases take months and sometimes years to resolve, and you need an experienced wire fraud attorney with you every step of the way, protecting your rights. If you have been charged or believe you are being investigated for wire fraud, you need my support.
As is the case with many white collar criminal charges, these cases can drag out for months or even years. At every stage of a case, it is crucial to ensure that you protect your rights, but particularly in the early stages. I encourage you to reach out.
To schedule a free confidential consultation with Denver wire fraud attorney David Lindsey, call (303) 228-2270 or email David Lindsey, Attorney at Law.