quote: by Anoxanmore on December 28, 2010 at 4:14 PMNo you cannot open someone else's mail if it is not addressed to you.I thought it was common knowledge that this, opening another person's mail, is a federal offense.
quote: by deltaend on December 28, 2010 at 5:16 PMFederal delivered mail is not equal to electronically delivered email. They are far different with very different sets of rules. It is not a federal offense to read someone else's email, print it out, or deliver it to someone else. It could fall under other laws, but that is why this is a "grey area".
quote: By Yames on 12/28/2010 1:28:56 PMI can open up my wife's mail even if she locks it in a box in our house and I pick the lock, can't I?
quote: The emails Walker found suggested that Clara was having an affair with her second husband, who was arrested at an earlier time for beating Clara in front of her son from her first marriage.
quote: and when is it unlawful to read your spouses correspondence
quote: A commenter on a legal site opined that under Michigan law you can avoid a 50/50 split in marital property if one spouse has committed a felony. This sounds like the lawyer of the soon-to-be-ex-wife is setting up the husband for this very thing. Hopefully a judge will see right through it and dismiss this with prejudice.