Criminal Defense Attorney

Identity Theft charges constitute felonies regardless of the number of victims or loss amount alleged by the government. Most often, Identity Theft occurs when a person uses the personal information of another to obtain money, goods or services.

  • You can be sentenced to prison
  • Be placed on probation
  • Be required to fulfill burdensome conditions of release and pay large fines
  • Be required to make restitution
  • Be labeled a felon and unable to get a better job

This is why the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney is critical if you have been charged with identity theft.

Identity Theft Attorney

Call 312.993.9200 or Free Case Evaluation