Atlantic City & Cape May Identity Theft Defense Attorney
Charges of Identity Theft Carry Serious Penalties
As credit card use continues to rise and more people use those cards on the Internet, criminal charges for identity theft continue to increase as well. In New Jersey, charges of identity theft carry serious penalties, including significant lengths of incarceration. If you have been arrested and charged with a crime, you need an attorney who is experienced at handling cases involving theft and who has handled both New Jersey state and federal crimes.
At my law firm in Atlantic City, I have practiced criminal law across the state for more than 30 years. I am a New Jersey Supreme Court certified criminal trial attorney and my law firm is devoted to defense in criminal cases, including identity theft, fraud, and other Internet crimes.
I will work hard to protect your rights and deliver aggressive criminal defense representation. Contact me today at 609-390-4600 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Atlantic City Identity Theft Defense Lawyers
Identity theft is a very serious charge, and if the case is being handled as a federal crime, the punishments can be even more severe. At my firm, I have handled hundreds of cases for clients charged with identity theft and other white collar crimes.
I know that when people are faced with such extreme circumstances and the possibility of a future in jail, it is important for skilled counsel to minimize the fears and anxieties that are natural at such a time. I can aggressively protect your rights, including protection against the unlawful search and seizure of your computer. If I can get involved in the case early enough, it may even be possible to prevent charges from being filed in the first place.
Contact My Firm 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to address the urgent needs of my clients. If you have been arrested and charged with identity theft, call me today at 609-390-4600 to discuss what I can do to defend you against your criminal charges.