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Orlando Identity Theft Lawyer

Experienced Defense Against Identity Theft Charges in Orlando

Identity theft is the unlawful acquisition of a person’s identifying information. In Florida, charges against someone accused of these crimes can be severe, and there are often a number of ways for the state to prosecute. If you are facing identity theft charges, you will need to be prepared for a number of potential defense strategies. Contact our Orlando identity theft lawyers today.

Fortunately, The Baez Law Firm is here to help. Our offices in Orlando we defend people throughout the state facing identity theft charges. Our experienced lawyers are known throughout the country for their skilled criminal defense work. We will work with you to understand all elements of your case, and work aggressively to defend you both in and outside of court.

Common Types of Identity Theft

In Florida, charges relating to identity theft span a wide array of crimes. These can include stealing the identity of an adult, minor, or deceased person–with different charges for various scenarios. Common crimes associated with identity theft include:

  • Fraudulent use of debit and credit cards;
  • Claiming to be someone else at the scene of a crime (criminal identity theft);
  • Identity theft for prescription drugs or other medical purposes (medical identity theft);
  • Internet fraud and cyber scams; and
  • Check forgery.

People steal the identities of others for a variety of reasons, and these motives can alter charges and sentencing. Whether you have been accused of identity theft for financial or personal reasons, you will want to speak to your lawyer about your best possible legal strategy.

Common Penalties for Identity Theft

In regards to identity theft, Florida law calls for penalties spanning from minor misdemeanors to first degree felonies. The potential penalties in your case will depend upon the specific circumstances of the accusations against you. Any criminal use of someone else’s personal identification information will result in at least a third degree felony charge, for instance. Using personal identification to steal or obtain $50,000 or more is a first degree felony in Florida.

For felony identity theft charges, penalties can range from probation and restitution to large fines of up to $15,000 and prison terms of up to 40 years. Courts often try to make an example of identity theft defendants with stiff penalties, so it is important to have qualified legal representation.

Contact an Experienced Orlando Identity Theft Lawyer

If you are facing identity theft charges in Florida, your first step should be to seek out legal help from an Orlando identity theft lawyer experienced in these types of cases. At The Baez Law Firm, we apply years of experience in Florida courts in the defense of clients in Miami, Tampa, Orlando, and throughout the state. Our lawyers have a record of success in criminal law, and will stop at nothing to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the legal process. For a free consultation to discuss your case, call us today at 800-588-BAEZ or contact us online.

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