Handling accusations of identity theft

On Behalf of | Jul 28, 2017 | Firm News, White Collar Crimes

If you have been charged with identity theft, you may be struggling with a myriad of issues. Aside from stress and strong emotions, you could be worried about how the allegations will impact your future or whether you will have to spend time behind bars. At Sapone & Petrillo, we know all too well how damaging these charges can be for people who live in New York. To make things even worse, some people are falsely accused of identity theft and other white collar crimes that they never committed.

Identity theft takes many forms, whether it involves alleged acts that were carried out over the internet or sifting through a person’s garbage. In both cases, the consequences of these charges can be devastating. Aside from a permanently damaged reputation, you may be sentenced to prison and face steep financial penalties if you are in this position. In order to take steps to protect your future, it is pivotal for you to review your rights and know what your next steps should be. Furthermore, there are unique details that apply to some of these cases which can have a notable impact on the outcome.

If you have been wrongfully accused of identity theft, you may be very upset and have no idea how to handle your circumstances. However, it is pivotal for you to do what you can to ensure that the truth is revealed. If you browse over to the page on our law firm’s overview, you can read additional information related to identity theft.