Mail fraud is any crime in which the perpetrator uses the mail system to defraud other people of money or property. Much like wire fraud, there must be evidence that the alleged perpetrator had an intent to defraud others, that there was actual fraudulent activity committed and that this activity occurred through use of the US Postal Service. Punishments vary based on the severity of the crime, but the largest fines and prison sentences could be up to $1 million and 30 years. When you face charges of mail fraud, contact Jack B. Swerling Attorney at Law for representation that you can trust. Mr. Swerling’s more than 40 years of experience and thorough understanding of fraud laws make him an extremely valuable asset in your defense.
Within the general category of mail fraud, there are a variety of different subcategories of mail fraud case types, each of which has its own characteristics and defense strategies. Work with your federal criminal lawyer to defend yourself in mail fraud case types such as:
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