Tampa Identity Theft Lawyers

Depending on the details of the case, identity theft charges may be prosecuted by state and federal agencies. If the offense involves counterfeiting or forgery of identification documents, the FBI, Secret Service or Department of Homeland Security may be involved. You could be facing a prison sentence and expensive fines if you are convicted.

For experienced criminal defense representation from former prosecutors, contact Gomez & Touger, P.A.. We represent individuals charged with identity theft and other white collar crimes in Florida. Whether you are facing state or federal charges, or both, we can help. To schedule a free consultation with our Tampa identity theft attorneys, please call .

We Find Out What Really Happened

We thoroughly investigate charges to establish the facts. We understand that white collar crime charges are sometimes the result of an unintentional error. In some cases, law enforcement misinterprets an innocent financial mistake as a criminal act. Our experienced lawyers will protect your rights in cases involving issues such as:

  • Filing false tax returns

  • Forging a signature

  • Stealing Social Security numbers

  • Using another person’s name to get a birth certificate, Social Security card, passport or a driver’s license

  • Credit card fraud

If you are also charged with forgery, counterfeiting, or mail or wire fraud, you may be charged with federal crimes. We can defend you in state and federal court.

Identity theft is a felony in Florida. Convictions may include fines, prison sentences and forfeiture of any personal property used to commit the offense. In addition, you may have to make restitution to the victims.

Contact Our Tampa Credit Card Fraud Attorneys

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