A person convicted of mail theft faces a fine of up to $250000 and up to five years
in federal prison. Stealing mail is a felony offense in the United...
The 18 U.S Code, statute 1708 defines a mail theft offender as anyone who uses
fraud, deception or stealing to obtain any mail matter, such as a package, bag, ...
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.) ... Whoever
steals, takes, or abstracts, or by fraud or deception obtains, or attempts so to
As mandated by law, U.S.. Mail should arrive ... opportunities to steal mail. ...
criminals always try to steal it. Mail thieves employ an endless number of
Mail theft occurs when thieves steal mail that is not their own from postal trucks, ...
reported by postal inspectors to be the #1 white-collar crime in the U.S today.
Anyone who uses the U.S. mail in an attempt to engage in fraud runs the risk of
being prosecuted under the federal mail fraud law. One of the most frequently ...
Dec 15, 2015 ... Theft of a letter, post card, package, bag, or mail from a US post office or a
collection center associated with USPS is subject to fines and up to ...
If mail theft is such a growing crime, why isn't a more diligent effort applied to
investigation, ... Is this legitimate or a ruse for looking innocent while stealing mail
A person who steals mail from Postal Service custody may be looking at as much
as three years in prison. That sentence may be in addition to or concurrent with ...
Mail theft is a federal crime and is defined as anyone taking any piece of mail, be
it a letter or a package, for any purpose. This includes stealing from postage ...