Fraud Lawyers Defending Individuals Against Serious Accusations
Wire fraud can be defined as committing or intending to commit an act of fraud using electronic communications. Electronic communications can include the Internet, radio, television or other electronic mediums. Further, the penalties for these crimes are substantial. If found guilty of federal wire fraud, you face up to 20 years in federal prison. If the fraud involved a bank, you face up to 30 years. If you face wire fraud charges, or if you are under investigation by the government for these allegations, you need a criminal defense attorney with a complete understanding of how to defend criminal allegations at the federal level.
The Portland law firm of Raivio, Kohlmetz & Steen, P.C., has represented people against all types of federal fraud charges, including wire fraud. We will present your case in the best possible light and defend your rights at every point in the legal process. Each of our lawyers has well over a decade of experience in criminal defense. Together, our four attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience.
The federal government charges wire fraud under a broad range of circumstances. Lately, wire fraud charges are commonly brought in connection with allegations of mortgage fraud. When the federal government makes wire fraud charges, it is likely the allegations involve large amounts of money and a complicated paper trail. Our lawyers are used to working with this type of evidence. We will closely examine this evidence, using experts when necessary, to determine the validity of the evidence and the charges you face.
Contact the Portland Wire Fraud Lawyers of Raivio, Kohlmetz & Steen, P.C.
We are committed to providing the highest level of legal representation at reasonable rates. We are also committed to discretion and protecting your privacy to the greatest extent possible. Call our law firm toll free to 1-888-311-2016 or send us an e-mail to schedule your free initial consultation.