Mail Fraud

By virtue of the fact that the federal government is responsible for the United States Postal Service, mail fraud is treated as a federal offense. Any scheme that utilizes the mail system in this country to extort money or valuables from their rightful owner constitutes mail fraud. If convicted of this crime, you can face severe federal repercussions.

If you or someone you care for is facing mail fraud charges, you need to understand that your opposition will be federal prosecutors with virtually unlimited resources. This may sound frightening, but you are not alone. The Milwaukee mail fraud attorneys at Hart Powell, S.C. know what it takes to defend you against these odds. Call (414) 271-9595 to speak to someone today.

Types of Mail Fraud

Though it is very serious, mail fraud, like other white collar crimes, can be somewhat difficult to define. What constitutes the different categories of mail fraud in addition to the differences between having committed a crime and not having committed a crime can be very subtle. When someone is suspected of mail fraud, their activities are believed to fall into one of the following categories:

  • Theft
  • Non-delivery/ misrepresentation of merchandise
  • Scams
  • Fraudulent organization

Despite their nonviolent nature, white collar crimes like mail fraud carry stiff penalties that can derail a career and a lifetime of hard work.

Contact Us

Though the consequences of mail fraud may seem shockingly serious, you are always innocent until proven guilty. Understand the gravity of your situation, but do not let it overwhelm you. You have an ally at Hart Powell, S.C.. Contact (414) 271-9595 so our Milwaukee mail fraud lawyers can start building your case today.

Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

Last Updated : January 13, 2016