From insurance fraud to bribery, federal prosecutors say mail fraud hasbecome a standard and often successful way to convict white-collar criminals.

It was used against former DeKalb County Sheriff R. Patrick Jarvis, convictedof having a financial conflict of interest for collecting thousands ofdollars in consulting fees from companies doing business with the countyjail, which he controlled.

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