New York Mail Fraud Lawyer
Schenectady Wire Fraud Attorney
Mail and Wire Fraud Defense New York
Mail fraud involves the distribution of letters or documents in the mail that are used in furtherance of criminal activity. Wire fraud involves the distribution of fraudulent information in furtherance of criminal activity via various forms of electronic and telecommunications media, including the Internet, e-mail, fax, radio and television. Whether it was intentional or an innocent mistake, the law treats everyone the same in these serious matters.
At the Law Office of Mark J. Sacco, PLLC, our New York mail fraud lawyers represent clients facing mail fraud and wire fraud charges anywhere in New York. Our attorneys are experienced trial lawyers who have handled a wide range of white-collar crimes in state and federal courts.
If you have been arrested for mail fraud, wire fraud or another white-collar crime in New York, schedule a free consultation at our law office in Albany, New York, or Schenectady, New York. Contact us online or call us at 518-631-4046.
Paper and Electronic Fraud: People, Crimes and Consequences
Mail and wire fraud charges are typically handled in federal court, usually as an add-on charge in an indictment. Mortgage lenders, accountants, attorneys and other business professionals are the ones most often targeted by federal authorities. A conviction on mail or wire fraud charges can result in serious consequences, including irreparable damage to a reputation, huge fines and up to 20 years in prison. We handle cases involving:
- Falsified mortgage documents sent by mail
- Identity theft using stolen mail or electronic information
- Illegal transfers of large sums of money from one bank to another
- Fraudulent charitable donations
- Tax fraud via mail or internet
- Hacking e-mail accounts and computers
- Eavesdropping on cell phones and land lines
- Online auction fraud and related Internet crimes
Skilled Negotiators, Experienced Trial Lawyers
Attorney Mark J. Sacco is a former United States Marine Corps prosecutor. He is joined by attorney James E. Tyner, an experienced trial lawyer in his own right. Each of our attorneys is a dedicated advocate for the rights of clients. Although we always consider plea agreements and communicate with prosecutors to determine the best available solution, we never hesitate to take a case to trial if we feel it is in our client’s best interests.
Whether you are charged with bank fraud, money laundering, tax fraud, mortgage fraudor another crime using the mail or wire, our attorneys are trial-tested and experienced; we will aggressively pursue the best possible resolution to your criminal charges.
Contact Us Today
To speak with a lawyer at the Law Office of Mark J. Sacco about mail fraud or wire fraud charges, call us at 518-631-4046 or contact us online.