Proactive Approach To Defending Identity Theft Charges

In recent years, prosecutors have begun cracking down on identity theft. While this is not a violent crime, the state of Florida and the federal government recognize the harm it can cause and punish offenders harshly.

Penalties for a conviction can include significant jail time, fines and a permanent criminal record. In fact, the government has recently enacted 18 US Code 1029, which could enhance potential sentences by adding minimum mandatory prison time.

Prosecuting attorneys may consider the following fraud-related offenses as identity theft:

  • Credit card fraud
  • Check fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Mail theft
  • Forgery
  • Internet scams
  • Impersonation

Early Legal Involvement Is Key

Our well-respected legal team wins tough cases. By intercepting investigations early, we are able to put the breadth of our legal knowledge and experience to work in breaking down the prosecution’s case as they build it. If we represent you during a prearrest investigation, we will use every weapon in our arsenal to prevent the government from ever making your arrest.

We take effective and aggressive actions to prevent charges from being filed and reduce charges when a filing is inevitable. As experienced trial lawyers and highly skilled negotiators, we will fight for the best possible results for you if you must face charges.

Don’t Wait — Call Today For A Consultation

Contact our law office as soon as possible if you have been arrested for identity theft or are currently under investigation. Your initial consultation is free of charge and you will not be under any obligation to hire our firm.

Call our Winter Park office at 407-349-8021 or send us an email today to get started. Se habla español.