Scranton Mail Fraud Lawyer
According to national statistics, there are over 10,000 mail fraud cases seen in federal courts every year. Mail fraud is very serious federal crime. It can be charged anytime someone makes the decision to obtain money or other items of value by defrauding others through use of the United States Postal Service or any other mail service. It is very important to contact a Scranton mail fraud attorney immediately if you have been accused or charged with this type of white collar crime.
Scranton & Wilkes-Barre Mail Fraud Attorney
Common mail fraud crimes include any of the following:
- Get-rich-quick schemes
- Fake charity donations
- Non-shipment of items
- Misrepresentation of items
- Promotional checks
- Fraudulent shipment of items requiring a signature
Mail Fraud Penalties
Federal penalties for the commitment of mail fraud can be very strict and may include up to 20 years in a federal prison, millions of dollars in fines, restitution, community service, license suspension, probation and parole. In addition, a person will receive a permanent mark on his or her criminal record and could also experience a tarnished reputation and an inability to obtain employment in the future.
A Scranton mail fraud lawyer at the Rogan Law Firm offers excellent criminal defense for clients under investigation for mail fraud. We have represented many cases in federal court and have successfully obtained outstanding results. We provide a free consultation to all potential clients and can meet with you or a loved one at anytime. During a consultation we are able to review the charges that you are facing and we can explain how a Scranton mail fraud lawyer at the Rogan Law Firm can help you.
The Rogan Law Firm provides legal representation to clients in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Northeast Pennsylvania accused, charged, arrested or under investigation for any type of mail fraud or other white collar crimes including: fraud, credit card fraud, embezzlement, false identification, wire fraud, money laundering, identity theft and internet fraud.
Under investigation for mail fraud? Contact us today!