Mail Fraud in Arizona
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If you are charged with mail fraud, you will face prosecution by the federal
court system. Due to the severity of the consequences you face, it is
imperative you obtain experienced legal counsel from a qualified lawyer.
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Types of Mail Fraud
According to federal law, mail fraud is defined as any type of scheme involving
fraud with the intent to deprive others of property or communications
through mail. The federal crime also involves wire communication –
also known as wire fraud.
In mail fraud cases, here are the following factors that must be proven
- Knowingly create a fraudulent create scheme
- An intent to commit fraud is present
- Items were mailed to commit fraud
- Items were mailed intentionally to defraud another person or entity
Common types of mail fraud include:
- Employment fraud
- Telemarketing fraud
- Lottery fraud
- Financial fraud
- Sweepstakes fraud
Mail fraud is often punishable by a maximum prison sentence of 20 years.
If mail fraud involves a financial institution, it is punishable by the
federal court by a maximum prison sentence of 30 years and a fine of up
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