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If you or a loved one has recently been investigated or charged with wire fraud in Virginia or Washington D.C., Bynum & Jenkins Law is committed to helping people facing serious federal charges by fighting for them. Our Alexandria wire fraud defense lawyers have 26 years of experience defending clients in federal court and understands how to help you get the results and justice you deserve.

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What is Wire Fraud?

Wire fraud is defined as using an interstate electronic or telephone communication service to commit and/or further a criminal scheme. In other words, using a cellphone, the internet, or the postal service for fraudulent purposes. Since wire fraud is a federal crime, a conviction can lead to harsh criminal penalties, including a lengthy prison sentence and fines worth hundreds of thousands of dollars or more.

In order to get convicted of wire fraud, the prosecution must prove that:

  1. you intentionally or voluntarily created or participated in a fraud scheme,
  2. you had the intention to commit fraud,
  3. it was reasonably foreseeable that you will use interstate wire communications to commit or further the fraud scheme, and
  4. you used such wire communications. The wire service must have been used to make either false statements, misleading information, or inaccurate promises in order to deprive someone of money, property, or anything of value.

What are the Penalties for Wire Fraud?

Wire fraud is punishable by a maximum federal prison sentence of 20 years and a fine not exceeding $250,000. However, if the fraud scheme involved money or benefits related to a nationwide major emergency, then a conviction will result in federal imprisonment for up to 30 years and a maximum fine of $1 million.

What is the Good Faith Defense for Wire Fraud?

There are many defenses we can use for wire fraud but the main element we like to focus on is the "intent" aspect of the crime. The prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you had intent to commit fraud. However, courts have recognized that you cannot be guilt of wire fraud if you can prove that you truly believed the statements that later turned out to be false. This is known as the "good faith" defense.

Do No Hesitate to Let Our Firm Help You Immediately!

Our legal team can listen to your story, thoroughly examine the evidence and facts of the case, and determine the weaknesses in the prosecutor’s argument. Although are not afraid to defend you at trial, we can also negotiate a favorable plea deal to ensure you avoid serving any time behind bars. Let us help you obtain the most favorable outcome in your case.

Call (703) 537-5522 to discuss your case with Bynum & Jenkins Law today.

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    Robert L. Jenkins, JR.


    Mr. Jenkins actively handles a variety of white collar crime matters in both state and federal courts. He is a graduate of the National Law Center at the George Washington University. Over the last 25 years Mr. Jenkins has successfully defended individuals accused of embezzlement, wire fraud , bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud , conspiracy , theft of government property, aggravated identity theft, and tax related violations . He has tried more than 100 jury trials. In addition, Mr. Jenkins litigates ...
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    Kenneth D. Bynum


    Kenneth D. Bynum, a native of Goffstown, New Hampshire, is a graduate of the George Williams College in Downers Grove, Illinois. Mr. Bynum earned a Bachelors of Science in both Applied Behavioral Science and Leisure and Environmental Resources Administration at the George Williams College in 1978. In 1995 he received the Alumni of the Year Award, the College’s highest honor. He received his Juris Doctor from Howard School of Law in 1983. While in law school Mr. Bynum was selected as a member of ...
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    Madison Gibbs


    Madison Gibbs graduated magna cum laude from North Carolina A&T State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications, and earned her law degree from Howard University School of Law. Ms. Gibbs placed first at the 2017 William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition in St. Paul, Minnesota, was a Charles Hamilton Houston National Moot Court team member, and a Criminal Justice Clinic student attorney. The former Miss Black USA 2015, Goodwill Ambassador to Sierra ...

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