Mail fraud and wire fraud are rarely the sole charges contained in an indictment, and are usually accompanied by charges surrounding the underlying scheme (e.g. bankruptcy fraud, RICO violations). Their power lies in the fact that each mailing or wire transmission constitutes a separate and distinct offense that the prosecutor can charge, racking up prison time for a convicted defendant. An experienced veteran in the area of white-collar crime is essential to presenting a solid defense.
If you are subject to investigation on wire or mail fraud charges in Atlanta, Georgia, or in the other Federal jurisdictions in Georgia, such as Albany, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon or Savannah, contact our wire fraud attorneys at Parkman White, LLP today to discuss your situation.