Certainly, although it wouldn't be a good idea.
No, the U.S. Attorney will prosecute, at his or her complete discretion, after an investigation by the Postal Inspector.
To punish someone. It means to arrest and / or prosecute someone.
You don't prosecute someone for this, the District Attorney does. You would need to speak with your local police department and tell them what happened and they can get the ball rolling for this.
Yes, they can.
I used to work for a collection agency, and as far as I remember, no you can't. That would be like trying to garnish a social security check. I don't think they can do that.
Sick the cops on him, it is a federal offense to hack someone else's email.
If you want to prosecute something for opening your mail, you need to report it to your local post master. It can be hard to prove this many times.
Some examples are: To prosecute is to accuse someone of something or put them on trial. You shouldn't prosecute someone unless you have solid proof.
The person you prosecute for stealing money could be fined and go to jail or both. You will have to face this person in court and be ready to present your evidence.
It's someone whom will give you evidence based information on supplements.