California Penal Code Wire Fraud Charges 18 U.S.C. 1343
Do you know someone who tried to obtain money or property by creating false pretenses, representations or promises that were broadcast over the radio, wire or television. If they did so in order to deceive and secure unfair or unlawful gain they were likely arrested on Wire Fraud charges.
Securities or wire fraud can be both a federal crime and/or a California state crime.
Call SCV Bail Bonds toll-free, nationwide at 877-422-4591 (877 4 BAIL 911) for more information on obtaining a bail bond for someone arrested on a wire fraud charge.
In the United States, wire fraud is any fraudulent scheme that intentionally deprives another of property or honest services via mail or wire communication (like false radio or TV advertisements). At SCV Bail Bonds, we are well aware of just how serious this charge can be.
If you or someone you care about needs to be bailed out of jail on wire fraud charges (or any other charges) you owe it to the arrestee to call SCV Bail Bonds – anytime, night or day, weekends and holidays. Our discreet, caring agents offer free consultations, during which they explain the bail bond process. We are familiar with every jail in Southern California, Ventura County, and the rest of California, too.
We will approve your application – fast – right over the phone, by fax or email. We can also meet you at your home, office or the jail. Or, if you prefer, read through our website and download our application.
Overview of Wire Fraud Charges
Even though our California Court system urges caution when arresting someone on charges of wire fraud, this statute is still used to prosecute of a variety of offences. Defendants charged with wire fraud are often charged with other federal crimes, too.
According to the law: “Whoever, having devised or intending to devise any scheme or artifice to defraud, or for obtaining money or property by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, or promises, transmits or causes to be transmitted by means of wire, radio, or television communication in interstate or foreign commerce, any writings, signs, signals, pictures, or sounds for the purpose of executing such scheme or artifice, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both. If the violation affects a financial institution, such person shall be fined not more than $1,000,000 or imprisoned not more than 30 years, or both.”
These charges fall under “Wire Fraud Crimes”
Bail Amounts for Receiving Stolen Property Charges
In California, bail amounts are set according to each California County’s Bail Schedule so they will vary. A judge can also set bail at or above the amount, or even refuse bail in some arrests, particularly for repeat offenders. If you are in doubt about the bail amount, please contact SCV Bail Bonds. We can tell you exactly how much the bail amount will be in your particular case.
Call Us 24 Hours for Bail Assistance with Wire Fraud Charges
Please call SCV Bail Bonds if you, your friend, or loved one is arrested on a Wire Fraud charge. If possible, we will get them out of jail quickly so they can return home to both their daily routine and their search for a professional criminal law attorney.
Our payment plans are flexible and our bail bond agents are happy to discuss your unique situation and budgetary needs. We are accredited members of the Better Business Bureau and the California Bail Agents Association.
Please see why choosing us can really make a difference by visiting our bail articles and information page or calling us right now. You will always get to speak to a live bondsman – never a machine. All SCV Bail Bond consultations are free of charge.
SCV Bail bonds is open 24/7, weekends and holidays. Call now for information on someone who has been arrested on wire fraud charges in California at toll-free, 877-422-4591 (877-4-BAIL 911). We’re here to help you.