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Aug 8 2017

Can Someone Steal Your Identity From Your Driver’s License? #what #is #considered #identity #theft

# Can Someone Steal Your Identity From Your Driver’s License? At the ITRC, our trained staff handle anywhere from 900 to well over 1,000 new victim cases each month. One of the more common questions our advisors are asked is exactly what can happen in terms of identity theft if your driver’s license falls into the hands of a would-be identity thief. In many cases it depends on how much your thief resembles you if they have any expertise in fake ID production, and how willing they are to falsely represent themselves to law enforcement. The truth is, an imposter …

Aug 3 2017

Sacramento Criminal Defense Lawyers Mark Reichel and Steve Plesser #sacramento #federal #crimes #attorney, #sacramento #federal

# Welcome to the Website for Reichel & Plesser Who We Are Mark Reichel and Steve Plesser are partners in the firm Reichel & Plesser, at www.reichelplesser.com. Mark is a former Assistant Federal Defender who has argued before the United States Supreme Court. Steve is a former county Public Defender with a proven record of success in trial. With almost forty years of combined criminal defense experience in both State and Federal courts, our firm is uniquely qualified to handle any criminal case. We’re committed defense attorneys (not former prosecutors) who have dedicated our careers to one goal that we …

Jul 15 2017

Expanding Services To Reach Victims of Identity Theft and Financial Fraud – Federal Identity Theft

# Identity Theft and Financial Fraud Federal Identity Theft Laws Legislative efforts to create federal identity theft laws must balance the competing needs of victims, government agencies, and businesses, yet stay flexible enough to anticipate future identity crime issues. Prior to 1998, crimes that would now be considered identity theft were charged under false personation statutes, which go back to the late 19th century. False personation can be defined as the crime of falsely assuming the identity of another to gain a benefit or avoid an expense. It wasn t until Congress passed the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act …