Mail Fraud

We Provide Strong Defense Representation In Mail Fraud Cases

Mail fraud is a serious offense that may result in both state and federal charges. It is often the darling of prosecutors and can result in charges on the slimmest of evidence. At Richard H. Sindel, Inc., our Missouri Federal mail fraud defense firm has extensive experience representing defendants in both state and federal courts. We are familiar with the computer forensic techniques used by prosecutors of email, wire, and mail fraud and are well-versed in the complexities of the law. You should not trust an inexperienced fraud defense law firm to handle these complicated cases.

Dedicated Defense Against All Mail Fraud Charges

Fraud is broadly defined as an act where a person or a company uses false information to collect money or other benefits. Mail fraud encompasses any type of fraud perpetrated through the U.S. Postal Service and may include charges of:

  • Bank fraud
  • Identity theft
  • Investment fraud
  • Tax fraud

Mail-related Federal offenses can “stack up”

Fraud charges are often accompanied by other charges such as conspiracy or money laundering. Our St. Louis mail fraud defense lawyers know how to pick through the facts of each charge. We will assemble the evidence into a case that is designed to protect you and your rights. You can rely on us to provide you with an aggressive defense against any charges you may be facing.

Experienced Federal Criminal Representation

The postal service is a federal institution, and fraud charges may be brought at the state or federal level. Regardless of where you are charged, the mail fraud defense attorneys at Richard H. Sindel, Inc., are knowledgeable about the latest statutes and can argue authoritatively for you in front of the judge and jury. If you have been charged with a federal financial crime, we have the skill to provide you with a tenacious criminal defense.

Contact Us If You Have Been Charged With Tampering With Mail, Wire Fraud Or Another Crime

A conviction for mail fraud can result in a significant prison sentence. Do not gamble with your future by getting inexperienced help. Contact our mail fraud lawyers or call 314-721-7113 for a free initial consultation.