Mail and Wire Fraud Defense Lawyers

Federal Attorneys Defending Your Rights

Needless to say, mail and wire fraud charges are very commonly charged by federal prosecutors. These crimes are considered to be very serious, and they are penalized harshly. Our federal criminal defense lawyers at Sullivan & Brill often represent clients who have been accused of using the U.S. Postal Service to illegally obtain money or something of value.

In our economic and political climate, federal prosecutors are regularly filing mail and wire fraud charges. The alleged scheme exists in many forms and many times involves the internet or on-line communication. When this occurs, the crime becomes wire fraud, which is criminal activity by using electronic means. Whether you have been charged with mail or wire fraud, in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the District of Puerto Rico, or all Districts around the country, we are available to help.

Contact Our Firm for Reliable Representation Today

We have the knowledge, experience, and skill to defend individuals wrongly accused of mail or wire fraud at the federal level. We understand the legalities that detail these situations, and we know how to defend against them. At Sullivan & Brill, our legal team works to discover evidence that can prove your innocence, challenge any allegations made against you, and help you receive a reduction or full dismissal of charges.

We work tirelessly on behalf of our clients, with the ultimate goal of protecting their best interests, defending their freedom, and safeguarding their rights every step of the way. Our commitment holds strong from beginning to end. We want to help you clear your name. Schedule a free consultation with our attorneys and we can discuss your case, rights, and options moving forward.

When you contact our trial lawyers, you are retaining over a decade of experience and a track record of success in cases involving mail and wire fraud.

Areas We Serve

Our firm serves clients in New York City, Long Island, Kings, Bronx, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, and Rockland Counties, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.