Denton County Identity Theft Attorney
What should I do if I am accused?
A charge of identity theft may result if someone uses the personal information of another individual for financial gain. Personal identity information can be used to open credit card accounts, bank accounts, and carry out other illegal acts. Many of these crimes are committed on the internet, where a knowledgeable person can channel illegal activity through the IP addresses of unprotected computers. In these cases the accused person may be totally innocent of any connection with the crime but is presumed guilty and faces charges. Any theft crime is treated seriously by prosecutors and requires a strong and well-designed defense by an experienced Denton County criminal defense lawyer.
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The prosecution must prove that an individual's personal information – address, telephone number, credit card or Social Security Number – was fraudulently used to illegally obtain property or to commit a crime. Some common types of identity theft are:
- Credit union
- Social Security
- Credit card
Not all defense lawyers are equal in qualifications or experience. Our firm meets all needs for your representation. Our office represents clients throughout the state of Texas in state and federal courts, whether the charge is a misdemeanor or a serious felony. Our reputation has been won through years of dedication to defending the legal rights of each client. We fully understand your future is at stake and take all possible legal measures to challenge the prosecution's case. Call the Law Offices of Tim Powers to consult with our skilled criminal defense lawyers.