Jan 3, 2014 ... If you're caught opening someone else's mail, the federal criminal ... If you snatch
a letter that isn't addressed to you and open it, you are ...
Can you charge someone who has opened your mail more than once that was
delivered to their house but concisely has your name and ...
Feb 20, 2009 ... I currently live out of state, temporarily, and while my mother collects my mail and
sets it aside for me, another family member takes them, opens ...
There is a lot of confusion about whether it is illegal under federal law to open
mail addressed to someone else. There is also confusion about what the
Aug 19, 2010 ... It's certainly not that hard to accidentally open someone else's mail without
meaning .... Sending your personal mail to work isn't the best idea.
Mar 25, 2008 ... It is a federal crime to intercept mail. Opening and reading someone else's mail is
a crime above and beyond that.[i] Even though most federal ...
Wait, this isn't mine! July 15, 2007 8:21 PM Subscribe. I accidentally opened a
piece of mail that was addressed to the former owner of my house. Due to the ...
Any tampering with mail is a felony, so no you can't throw it away, it's theft and/or.
... even if it's "junk mail" and the mailer learns that it is not being opened by .... but
if you get a lot of mail in your box that isn't addressed to you, ...
What does it say on yours? .... while Mom would love it if someone opened her
mail and paid her bills and cleaned her bedroom and did her laundry, so she just
can't fathom that it ... It isn't an inherently wrong way to be, if it works for everyone.
Sep 13, 2014 ... Is this covered by the same laws that protect U.S. mail? ... Opening by accident is
not a crime. ... You have to call us and tell us it isn't yours.