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Texas Wire & Mail Fraud Lawyers

Wire/Mail Fraud Defense Attorneys in Fort Worth, Texas

Mail fraud encompasses any crime that utilizes the US Postal Service. Wire fraud involves the use of electronic communications in furtherance of criminal activity. If you are facing mail or wire fraud charges, it is important to build a strong, intelligent criminal defense.

At Evans, Daniel, Moore, Evans & Biggs, we have extensive experience defending clients against mail and wire fraud charges and other white collar crime allegations. If you are in need of sophisticated legal defense, we are here for you.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 817-332-3822 to speak with an experienced Fort Worth, Texas, white collar crime defense lawyer.

Have You Been Accused of Fraud?

At Evans, Daniel, Moore, Evans & Biggs, we defend people against charges of mail and wire fraud as well as other white collar crimes.

Prosecutors will often charge a person with mail or wire fraud when they cannot produce enough evidence to prosecute another crime. Also, fraud charges are often tacked on to other charges to increase the possibility of a conviction and to heighten potential criminal penalties.

The penalties for mail and wire fraud can be severe, including steep fines and significant prison sentences. Since these charges allege abuse of the US Postal Service, they are tried as federal crimes, leaving the accused exposed to the severe penalties that accompany federal crime convictions.

We offer attorneys who have years of experience handling complex white collar crime cases in federal courtrooms throughout Texas. We have the legal skill and experience to effectively defend you against the charges you are facing.

Conspiracy Charges

Another way in which prosecutors will try to win a conviction with little evidence is by charging conspiracy. Anytime a person plans or agrees to do a criminal act, they have committed conspiracy. The actual act does not have to be carried out. We understand how the prosecution builds conspiracy cases. We also know how to tear them down.

Contact Us Today

If you are facing mail fraud, wire fraud or conspiracy allegations, we will stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at 817-332-3822 to speak with an experienced Fort Worth, Texas, criminal defense lawyer. For your convenience, we accept credit cards and are available 24 hours per day. Our law office is conveniently located in the Sundance Square area of downtown Fort Worth.

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