Identity theft is a growing risk in our highly computerized, information-based world. A person's photograph, signature, Social Security number, credit card or account password is a powerful tool. Just as thieves have always targeted money and goods, today's cyber culprits target instruments of trade such as bank accounts and lines of credit. If you have been charged with a crime having to do with identity theft or ID theft, you need a sophisticated, reputable defense attorney on your side.
Consult with an attorney at the law offices of Jaffe, Hanle, Whisonant & Knight, P.C., in Birmingham if you face ID theft criminal charges. Be prepared to discuss all known facts of your case with a lawyer at our defense law firm, such as:
- Did someone else have access to a computer from which another person's data was allegedly obtained illegally? It may be impossible for a prosecutor to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that you committed the alleged crime(s).
- Is there perhaps a hidden motive that explains the allegations? Has your ex-wife or ex-husband made these accusations in order to seek to influence a child custody dispute case?
- Was the alleged white collar crime of identity theft a case of misinterpretation or exaggeration of the truth?
It is naturally impossible on a Web page such as this to outline all the nuanced elements that might be relevant in your criminal matter. What we can say without question is that you most certainly need legal advice and representation if you have been charged with this type of crime. Jaffe, Hanle, Whisonant & Knight, P.C., has the experience needed to take on your defense.
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If we represent you in an identity theft case, we are prepared to devote the benefit of our experience to your defense. We will work hard to get you the information you need to put into motion the most promising strategy for your own defense.
Contact Our Birmingham ID Theft Law Firm
Take action to protect your freedom and your future if you have been charged with ID theft, embezzlement, wire fraud or a similar crime. Call our firm today at 877-717-3958 or 205-545-8327 to arrange a free and confidential consultation with an Alabama lawyer. You can also contact us online to schedule a meeting with an attorney.