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Atlanta Mail Fraud Attorney

Mail fraud is a serious charge that could lead to fines and jail time, depending on the situation. It includes any interference with the mail process in the U.S. It also applies when the U.S. mail system is used in any way to further a criminal act. Our Atlanta mail fraud attorney provides experience and a strong defense against such charges. If you are facing charges of mail fraud, contact Wallack Law immediately.

Why Choose Wallack Law for Mail Fraud Legal Representation?

As passionate defense attorneys, we are committed to providing our clients with exceptional support as we defend their rights. Our extensive experience and dedication allow us to fight aggressively to provide the best possible outcome. When you choose Wallack Law as your mail fraud attorney in Atlanta, you can count on numerous benefits:

  • Experience matters: We have a long history of providing criminal defense in Atlanta for more than 25 years.
  • Honest, transparent service: We tell you the truth and provide you with every level of support possible moving your case forward.
  • Trusted: With a strong reputation within the Metro Atlanta area, you can count on Attorney Sandy Wallack and the team to be there to guide you.

Whether you are charged with or facing accusations of mail fraud in Atlanta, we strongly encourage you to protect your constitutional rights. Contact Wallack Law immediately for the guidance you need.

How We Can Help You with Mail Fraud Criminal Defense

Charges of mail fraud vary in terms of severity, but all must be taken seriously. As an experienced Atlanta mail fraud lawyer, we have worked with many clients to create individualized legal strategies to defend them. This may include:

  • Proving no fraudulent intent existed
  • Showing the false misrepresentation was not material
  • Illegal search and seizure
  • Use of the mail system was not related to the fraud
  • Mistake of fact – simply showing that it was a mistake of facts surrounding the issue

By taking the time to learn about your case, we can provide more specific, hands-on support to you as you defend against mail fraud charges in Atlanta. Whether there is very clear evidence of mail fraud or no evidence at all, our defense attorneys have the experience to support and guide you.

Understanding Mail Fraud Charges

The U.S. Department of Justice states that mail fraud, which falls under CRM 500-999, 940. 18 U.S.C. Section 1341—Elements of Mail Fraud, is:

“There are two elements in mail fraud: (1) having devised or intending to devise a scheme to defraud (or to perform specified fraudulent acts), and (2) use of the mail for the purpose of executing, or attempting to execute, the scheme (or specified fraudulent acts).” Schmuck v. United States, 489 U.S. 705, 721 n. 10 (1989); see also Pereira v. United States, 347 U.S. 1, 8 (1954) (“The elements of the offense of mail fraud under . . . § 1341 are (1) a scheme to defraud, and (2) the mailing of a letter, etc., for the purpose of executing the scheme.”); Laura A. Eilers & Harvey B. Silikovitz, Mail and Wire Fraud, 31 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 703, 704 (1994) (cases cited).

Because mail fraud can be complicated, and this definition of mail fraud is so open, it is often best to work with a criminal defense attorney to navigate your legal rights.

Contact Our Atlanta Criminal Defense Attorney for Immediate Guidance

Wallack Law offers the Atlanta mail fraud attorney you need to protect your constitutional rights. Contact us now for immediate help at a free consultation.