Why would I get mail from the Department of Defense?During a criminal investigation for a federal offense, a suspect could receive a letter informing them they are the “target” in a criminal investigation. These type of letters are common in the investigation of white collar crimes, but are also used for other types of crimes, such as federal drug offenses.
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