Need the BesT WIRE FRAUD Lawyer in Dallas?
How is WIRE FRAUD Defined?
The definition of wire fraud is a federal crime that occurs when electronic communication, such as email or text messaging, is used to further a criminal act. It can be a computer, radio, tv, landline telephones–any electronic communication device. It can be asserted as an offense in any number of cases at the federal level, from different types of federally-prosecuted fraud charges to federal conspiracy charges.
what is required to prove wire fraud?
To prove someone is to found guilty, the prosecution must prove that
- The defendant either created or participated in a scheme or plan to defraud a person, company, or organization/entity;
- The defendant acted intentionally to commit fraud;
- They use of “wire communications” (like those stated above) to commit the fraud was reasonably foreseeable; and
- Wire communications were used to carry out the fraudulent act.
All of these elements must be proven by the prosecution beyond a reasonable doubt.
Wire fraud is a federal crime that occurs when electronic communication, such as email or text messaging, is used to further a criminal act. It can be a computer, radio, tv, landline telephones--any electronic communication device.
Gallian Firm has extensive experience and a track record of success in defending these cases.
WHAT ARE SOME POSSIBLE DEFENSES?
Because the prosecution must prove all elements of this crime beyond a reasonable doubt, Gregg Gallian will aggressively attack each and every aspect of each element the prosecution is trying to prove. Gallian has a reputation for ferocity–and winning. Lack of intent, lack of knowledge, lack of use of electronic communication devices–all of these defenses will be in play on your behalf, and many more. Call Gallian today to go over the details of your case and possible defenses he can raise on your behalf.