Identity Theft Attorney
Identity theft is a growing crime. Identity theft involves the use of another person's personal information without their permission. Using another person's name, address, credit card and forging their signature are all examples of identity theft. There is a Federal identity theft law (18 U.S.C. § 1028) and a Florida identity theft law codified at § 817.568.
The Federal statute punishes identity theft with jail time. The Florida statute makes it a 3rd degree felony to fraudulently use or possess the personal identification information of another person without their permission and a 2nd degree felony to use the personal identification information of another without their permission. Penalties for identity theft in Florida and at the federal level include fines and even jail time.
Regardless of whether you are charged with identity theft at the federal or the state level, you need to call an identity theft defense attorney from NeJame Law today. Our attorneys will evaluate your case and advocate on your behalf so that you can obtain the best results possible. We have two former United States Attorney's on our criminal defense team who have years of experience litigating in Federal court. You do not need to look any further. Help is Here!
Contact our Identity Theft Attorney in Orlando, Florida
Have you or someone you know been accused of identity theft? Help is Here! Contact an identity theft defense attorney from NeJame Law today. We have the knowledge and skills to help you obtain the best possible outcome on your case. You may contact us 7 days a week at 407-245-1232, send us an email at Defense@NeJameLaw.com or fill out our online form.