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Mail fraud occurs when an individual uses the postal service in order to commit fraud. This means that mail fraud is often charged in conjunction with other crimes, such as healthcare fraud, identity theft, and mortgage fraud. If you are convicted of this crime, you could face hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and decades in prison. Furthermore, having a criminal record may impede your ability to find housing, stay in school, and get a job.
At Law Office of Armando J. Hernandez, P.A., our Miami mail fraud lawyer has over 19 years of experience in Florida criminal law. He was also a prosecutor at the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office for many years, successfully handling thousands of cases. Attorney Armando J. Hernandez and our legal team have an in-depth understanding of this practice area. As your representative, we will use our extensive experience and skill set to help you minimize the impact these charges could have on your life.
Protecting Your Rights & Freedom
The criminal process is confusing, and mail fraud charges are often extremely complex. Our attorney can help you make well-informed legal choices as we guide you every step of the way. Law Office of Armando J. Hernandez, P.A. is a boutique law firm, which means we can dedicate 100% of our resources, time, and effort to each of our clients. When you hire us to represent you, you get an entire team of knowledgeable legal professionals working for you. Also, we are available 24/7 for our clients, so you can trust us to be there for you when you need us most.
In order to convict you of mail fraud, the prosecution needs to prove that:
- You created, or intended to create, a plan to defraud or obtain property or money through deceit
- Your alleged offense involved a deception which was capable of influencing the recipient
- You intended to deprive the recipient of honest services, property, or money
- You used the postal service in your plan to defraud
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To learn more about your situation and how we can assist you, contact our firm today. We can sit down with you during a complimentary initial case evaluation and help you figure out your next move. You can get started on your case by calling (305) 400-0074 and speaking with our experienced mail fraud lawyer in Miami.
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