Not only are you an excellent attorney, but a good person who truly cared about me and always did your best to help me. I am so grateful for being given a second chance.—TomDave Shrager successfully lobbied for my felony charge to be completely withdrawn. His services were worth every dime. A highly personable, intelligent, and competent attorney, I would recommend Dave Shrager to my closest friends and family without hesitation.—RonDave knows the system better than any lawyer in Pittsburgh due to his family's local and long-standing practice, and it was evident in the positive manner in which the judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers responded to Dave's arguments on my behalf.—JimI cannot say thank you enough to David Shrager for all his help today! If it were not for this guy, I would no longer have a job or drivers license. So thanks again Dave, you're the best!—BillI was in a bad place in my life...I was making bad decisions, which led to my having a really bad night and lots of legal trouble. I'm lucky I had Attorney David Shrager at my side. He helped guide me, with his legal expertise, through a very difficult time in my life.—Tamika
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Pennsylvania Mail Fraud Lawyer

If you have been charged with mail fraud or think you are under investigation by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and may be charged soon, you are in a frightening situation that could have a severe impact on your life.

Mail fraud is a felony and a federal crime and could send an individual to prison for up to twenty years with fines of up to $250,000, upon conviction.

But just because you have been charged with a mail fraud, does not mean you will be found guilty. In order to be convicted, it must be proven by prosecutors that there was intent to defraud another person or institution in order to be proven guilty of mail fraud.

There are many instances when people who are accused of mail fraud did not intentionally mean to defraud anyone. Even if evidence is mounting against you, a strong legal defense team can help fight for your freedom or a reduction in charges or sentencing.

If you think you are under investigation for mail fraud, it is imperative that you speak to an experienced and aggressive attorney right away about your situation. You need someone who will stand up for your rights to the prosecution and deliver a strong defense for your innocence and your freedom.

In order to present the best possible defense for your case, contact an experienced and aggressive Criminal Attorney as soon as possible. Attorney David Shrager provides free legal consultations and you can reach him by text message or by calling 412-969-2540.

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BEING CHARGED WITH MAIL FRAUD
DOES NOT HAVE TO MEAN THAT YOU ARE GUILTY
OR THAT YOU WILL BE CONVICTED.

CALL OR TEXT DAVID J. SHRAGER TODAY
FOR A FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION: 412-969-2540.

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What Is Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud?

Mail fraud and wire fraud charges are typically an add-on to theft charges, since that is usually the reason behind committing mail fraud. Mail and wire fraud are both federal crimes, which means a person charged with mail fraud will go through the U.S. Federal Court process.

Mail fraud is an attempt to commit a type of fraud through deceit or concealment using the U.S. Postal Service or other mail delivery company (FedEx, UPS, etc.) usually in an attempt to gain something of value.

Fraudulence can occur by means of committing another crime, such as theft, forgery, embezzlement, counterfeiting, or improperly handling forms, vouchers and other documents. A solicitation through phone or Internet could be subject to mail fraud charges if it also involves the U.S. mail system.

Attempted fraud through telecommunication systems (email, Internet and websites) is usually considered wire fraud.

Anyone from a lone seller on eBay to business executives and public officials could be charged with mail fraud or wire fraud.

Examples of mail fraud can include scams and fraudulent credit card offers, prizes and lotteries.

The penalties for a mail fraud conviction are severe and you could be sentenced to prison for years on top of being forced to pay thousands of dollars in fines.

Read more information about U.S. Federal laws pertaining to the U.S. Post Office at 18 U.S. Code Chapter 83 – POSTAL SERVICE

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PENNSYLVANIA MAIL FRAUD ATTORNEY
U.S. FEDERAL CRIME LAWYERS

CALL OR TEXT DAVID J. SHRAGER TODAY
FOR A FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION: 412-969-2540.

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Defending Federal Mail and Wire Fraud Charges

It is entirely possible to win against mail fraud charges. In order to be convicted, the government has to prove that the accused had the intent to defraud someone. There are many instances where a defendant may have been a participant in a fraudulent scheme without their knowledge. A skilled legal defense team will use every piece of evidence and work to prove that the defendant is innocent using a “good faith” argument, a lack of intent defense or other valid strategy to disprove the prosecutor’s case.

It is critical to have a skilled and experienced Federal Crime Attorney at your defense if you are facing mail fraud or wire fraud charges. An experienced and aggressive attorney will be able to make a sound legal argument and pursue the best legal strategy.

Our federal crime attorneys have the experience and are successful in winning against white collar crimes. We will effectively challenge prosecutors and build a strong defense.

If you are under investigation for mail fraud, it is imperative that you act quickly in order to counter the allegations. Call Pennsylvania Mail Fraud Attorney David Shrager for a free consultation.

He will listen carefully to your circumstances and let you know how Shrager Defense Attorneys can help in defending your rights. You can text or call him on his personal cell phone, 24/7.

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PITTSBURGH MAIL FRAUD ATTORNEY
FEDERAL & STATE CRIMINAL ATTORNEYS

CALL OR TEXT DAVID J. SHRAGER TODAY
FOR A FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION: 412-969-2540.

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Penalties for Mail Fraud

As an individual, a person can be fined up to $250,000 for a mail fraud conviction; a financial institution can be fined up to $1 million per offense. You could also be sent to federal prison for up to twenty years, as well as pay restitution.

It is also possible to receive probation for a mail fraud conviction in lieu of serving time in prison.

In addition to mail fraud charges, you may also face other criminal charges, depending on the circumstances surrounding your case. Other charges could include Fraud, falsifying business documents, grand larceny, theft, forgery and embezzlement.

When your quality of life and reputation is at stake, it is critical to choose a highly qualified, compassionate, aggressive and experienced mail fraud attorney who can help defend your liberties.

Contact Shrager Defense Attorneys today – all consultations are free.

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A MAIL FRAUD INVESTIGATION
DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU ARE GUILTY
OR THAT YOU WILL BE CONVICTED.

CALL OR TEXT DAVID J. SHRAGER TODAY
FOR A FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION: 412-969-2540.

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Pittsburgh Mail Fraud Attorneys Who Fight for Your Rights

Our criminal attorneys have adept experience in the federal court system as well as in successfully winning cases through Pennsylvania courts. We are aggressive attorneys who provide the best possible legal counsel to all of our clients.

If you are under investigation for mail fraud or have been charged with mail fraud or wire fraud, call our attorneys for a free legal consultation. Attorney David Shrager can be reached by phone or text message on his personal cell phone at 412-969-2540. 

Attorney David J. Shrager is an experienced attorney who thoroughly understands the rules and procedures of both the federal courts and courts in Pennsylvania. He is well respected among his peers and colleagues in the Pittsburgh legal community.

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FREE Legal Consultation

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Shrager Defense Attorneys in Pittsburgh, PA will attack your criminal charges in order to protect your good name. Have a sound and solid case prepared by David J. Shrager and his legal team so they can fight for your rights.