Avoiding Conviction In Identity Theft Cases
It may not seem like a serious crime, but you do not want to be convicted of identity theft. Many identity theft offenses carry mandatory minimum prison terms.
When a crime has a mandatory minimum sentence, the only way to stay out of prison is to avoid being convicted of the offense or to negotiate a plea agreement to face a lesser charge. Defendants can not only face criminal prosecution, but could also be sued in a civil action and face significant financial liability.
Veteran defense attorney Michael Spano can provide a skilled defense against all types of identity theft and related charges. Give him a call today to discuss your specific situation. He serves clients throughout the Syracuse area.
What Type Of Identity Theft Are You Accused Of?
There are many varieties of identity theft, including:
- Stealing credit cards or credit card data
- Hacking credit card data online
- International identity theft
- Stealing Social Security numbers
- Check fraud
- Phishing — fooling people into providing vital data online
- Stealing account information from a bank or ATM
- Theft of medical insurance information
- Theft of mail
Michael Spano‘s reputation as an effective identity theft defense lawyer is the result of experience and deep knowledge of criminal law. We have successfully represented scores of individuals just like yourself, caught up in a sweep of online and real-world identity theft situations.
“When I work for you my first job is to listen, to get your story right. The second job is keeping you abreast of your case, so you can help make your defense as strong as possible. Third, I examine the case against you looking for gaps and ambiguities. You don’t have to be innocent to be acquitted. We simply have to cast doubt on the prosecution’s case.” — Michael Spano
If you are under investigation, or you have been charged with any kind of identity crime, you need a reliable and experienced defense attorney. Do not delay — contact Michael Spano NOW. Call 315-350-3975.