Minn.Stat§609.529 defines mail theft as the act of stealing or taking, by fraud or deception, a letter, postal card, or package. If you or a loved one has been charged with mail theft, it’s important to seek the representation of an experienced criminal attorney.
Carson J. Heefner has 20 years of experience representing clients that are facing mail theft charges. He has the skill and experience to create a strategic defense designed to secure the best result in the case.
Solid Mail Theft Defense
Mail theft is defined as:
- Intentionally removing mail from a mail depository without the right to do so.
- Intentionally taking mail from a mail carrier without the right to do so.
- Taking custody of mail through intentionally deceiving a mail carrier or other person who rightfully controls or possesses the mail. This can be done through false representation and purposeful deception.
- Intentionally removing mail addressed to another person.
- Intentionally taking mail that has been left for collection near a mail depository.
Mail theft also covers checks that are stolen from the mail, or checks that are stolen for the purpose of creating counterfeit checks.
Comprehensive Criminal Defense
Mail theft is classified as a white collar crime, so it is important to have a defense lawyer in your corner who is experienced in white collar crime defense. Carson J. Heefner is that attorney, utilizing his years of experience and resources to secure the best possible result in the case.
Contact Attorney Carson J. Heefner Today
Carson J. Heefner has over 20 years experience representing those who have been charged with mail theft. If you or someone you know has been accused of mail theft, contact Carson at 612-202-8971 for a free consultation.