Orlando Attorneys Protecting the Rights of Clients Charged with Identity Theft
As technology advances, so does the sophistication of the crimes associated with it. An effective legal defense involves an in-depth investigation of the charges with the help of computer forensic experts. Your freedom is at risk. Even your professional future is at stake with a theft crime on a public record accessible by prospective employers.
At The Umansky Law Firm, we are dedicated in protecting the rights of clients charged with identify theft and other complex computer crimes.
Former Prosecutors Representing Clients Arrested for Computer Crimes
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Identity theft can take many forms, with or without the use of a computer, including:
- Forgery and creation of documents, including driver's licenses, birth certificates, passports, and checks, using the ever-growing and sophisticated technology in printing.
- Theft of a credit card or accessing the account online to withdraw money or make purchases.
- Taking Social Security numbers to secure loans and open lines of credit.
When prosecutors build a case against you, they take into account not only the alleged actions, but also the impact they had on the victims. While a credit rating can eventually be restored, the harm is still done, in addition to the time it takes to correct a credit report.
Convictions of identity theft and other computer crimes carry serious consequences. When you face the possibility of a lengthy jail sentence coupled with steep fines, you need an attorney who will fight to minimize the impact. We find ways to lessen the penalties, including restitution to the victim, and to have the charges dropped.
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To schedule a free initial consultation with an Orlando fraud attorney at The Umansky Law Firm, contact us through this website or call (407) 228-3838.
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