Need to Fight a Mail Fraud Charge?
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Using a United States Postal office or other mail service to unlawfully acquire money or other properties is considered mail fraud. This is a common crime and can carry several years in prison, steep fines, and other serious consequences. Fraud involving very large corporations and other prominent entities could enhance the sentence and make penalties even more severe.
Cases of mail fraud can be very complicated, as there may multiple parties involved, such as the USPS or any alleged victims. You will need an attorney with specific knowledge on how to appropriately handle your case. Lead Attorney, Howard J. Weintraub, has had experience as a former federal prosecutor in Washington D.C. Because of this, we know how the other side of the courtroom prepares their cases and can use this to your advantage when it comes to defending your case.
Reach out to us now to discuss your case with our Atlanta criminal defense lawyers!
Aggressively Defending Your Charges
No matter what the circumstances were that led to your charges, trust that our team can find a way to defend you. Collectively, we have over 40 years of experience fighting all types of criminal charges, especially very serious crimes, like mail fraud. In many cases, mail fraud can be considered a federal crime, enhancing the penalties you can face.
These are the most common forms of mail fraud we handle:
- Mortgage fraud
- Check fraud
- Ponzi scheme
- Insurance fraud
- Lottery fraud
- Fake charities
- Prize promotions
- Fake credit card or loan offers
- Pyramid schemes
In order to prove mail fraud occurred, prosecutors must demonstrate that the defendant actually participated in the act of fraud, they intended to use the mail to carry out this scheme, and that they actually committed the fraud in this way.
Mail fraud cases can be lengthy and exhaustive ordeals, taking up to several years to resolve. You need an attorney who will go the distance to ensure your case is resolved favorably.
Don't face your charges alone. Let our Atlanta white collar crime lawyers protect your rights.
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