Identity Theft Charges: State And Federal

The Internet makes it relatively easy to gain access to identifying information such as credit card numbers, bank accounts and Social Security numbers.

Put simply, identity theft involves misappropriating someone else’s personal information for financial gain. It covers activities such as:

  • Trafficking the personal identification information of others
  • Selling, possessing or buying false ID cards
  • Creating counterfeit ID cards
  • Using forged checks or other monetary instruments
  • Using stolen credit card information

Nevada law enforcement takes a strong stance in investigating and prosecuting identity theft. As a felony offense, identity theft can result in a sentence of up to 20 years in prison and up to $100,000 in fines. What’s more, many types of identity theft — such as credit card fraud, bank fraud and
mail/wire fraud — can be charged at the federal level.

A Results-Focused Advocate With Proven Experience

If you are facing any type of identity theft charge, you need an experienced defense lawyer to stand by you.

I’m here to help. As a former Las Vegas prosecutor — and now founding defense attorney at The Law Offices of Benjamin Nadig, Chtd. — I understand the complexities of identity theft charges. I represent people in your shoes at both the state and federal levels.

As a tireless advocate for those
accused of white collar crimes, I don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to these cases. On the contrary, I invest the time and effort it takes to build a strong defensive strategy. My analytical skills and experience on the other side of the aisle give me the ability to readily identify weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case. My goal is to find and leverage every opportunity for securing an outcome in your favor.

proven record of results demonstrates the skill and determination I will bring to your case.

Get Legal Help 24/7 — Call 702-706-0076

If you have been arrested or are under investigation for identity theft, the clock is ticking. Don’t waste valuable time. Call me anytime, 24/7, or
send me an email for prompt legal guidance. The initial consultation is free of charge.