Most people know that it's illegal to open mail that is addressed to someone else.
In fact, there is a federal law that makes it a crime to do so. ... from Postal Service
custody, such as if it is stolen from a Post Office, a letter carrier or a mailbox.
Jan 3, 2014 ... If you're caught opening someone else's mail, the federal criminal ... Under
federal law, it is illegal to intentionally stop a letter from being delivered to its
intended ... the U.S. Postal Service that you have another person's mail.
If we are talking the US, it's a Federal crime to open someone else's mail. You will
want to file a complaint with the US Postal Service to proceed ...
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18 U.S. Code § 1708 - Theft or receipt of stolen mail matter generally. Current
through Pub. L. 114-38. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.) ... depository
for mail matter, or from a letter or mail carrier, any letter, postal card, package,
Sep 9, 2010 ... By law, a mailbox is intended only for receipt of postage-paid U.S. Mail. ... It could
be someone completely unaware of the statute placing ...
Law Enforcement and Security › ... The term “Intelligent Mail” refers to services
offered by the Postal Service that allow for greater understanding of the location
of .... Section 274.2 Opening, Searching, and Reading Mail Generally Prohibited
One of the most frequently prosecuted federal laws, mail fraud is often charged
by ... While mail fraud crimes often involve the use of the United States Postal ...
Federal law makes it a crime anytime someone “used or caused another to use” ...
Aug 19, 2010 ... Postal regulations say that mail delivered to an organization, even if addressed to
a ... It's certainly not that hard to accidentally open someone else's mail without
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Sep 13, 2014 ... United Parcel Service (company) ... Is this covered by the same laws that protect
U.S. mail? ... It is, however, considered theft to knowingly take a package
belonging to someone else. or to remove the contents before returning ...