Identity Theft in Oklahoma

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Identity theft is a fraud crime which occurs whenever an individual uses someone else’s identity or personal information in order to obtain property, money or a service. A person who is convicted of an identity theft crime in Oklahoma will face severe penalties, including lengthy prison sentences and expensive fines.

If you are accused of identity theft in Oklahoma, our Broken Arrow criminal defense attorney can help you obtain the results you desire. We have an extensive knowledge of Oklahoma theft laws and court proceedings in order to adequately protect your rights, reputation, and freedom.

Identity Theft Penalties

An individual who is convicted of identity theft in Oklahoma faces a prison sentence between one and five years, or a maximum fine of $100,000, or both. If an individual is convicted of obtaining personal information from a financial institution will face a maximum prison sentence of 10 years. Depending on the circumstances of the crime, the court is capable of ordering restitution if the victim suffered a financial loss due to identity theft.

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At Saint & Watzke, PLLP, our legal team can conduct a thorough investigation into your case, as well as gather and analyze evidence necessary to develop an aggressive and personalized defense strategy for you. As a former police officer, our Broken Arrow criminal defense attorney can use his unique experience to provide with the valuable insight to understand how law enforcement will handle your case. Do not hesitate to get qualified legal assistance to get your life back on track.

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