Nassau County Legislator Pleads Guilty to Eight Counts of Mail & Wire Fraud

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Sometimes you don’t make the right decisions in life. We’re fairly certain Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg did not, as he recently submitted a resignation letter to the presiding officer of the Legislature before pleading guilty to eight counts of mail and wire fraud Wednesday. Yup, that’s right eight counts.

Originally, Denenberg pleaded not guilty in the Central Islip courthouse, but he admitted billing $2.3 million to Port Washington computing company Systemax Inc. for legal services he never performed. Judge Joanna Seybert told Denenberg that he faces a $250,000 fine and up to 57 months in a federal prison.

If you find yourself being charged with mail fraud or wire fraud, you are going to need an experienced mail fraud defense lawyer. Our team of top-notch defense attorneys will go over the details of your case, answer any questions you have and determine what the best course of actions are. Sometimes it’s better to fight and plead not guilty. After all there are plenty of people who are truly innocent and did not commit the crime they are accused of. An attorney may decide that pleading guilty is the best option, depending on the case. Either way, our lawyers will work to reduce jail time to a shorter sentence, or no jail time at all as well as reduce financial fines. If you’ve been charged with mail fraud or wire fraud, call us today.

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