Charges of identity theft in Michigan carry serious consequences. Avoid a criminal conviction by working with Grabel & Associates and obtaining the representation of a talented lawyer. Our innovative defense tactics have been working in Michigan courts for over a decade, and we will apply our extensive knowledge and experience to your identity theft case in order to earn you a great result. We know what criminal defense tactics are effective, and will work to protect you from prosecutors trying to put you behind bars.
Attorney for Charges of Stolen Identity in Michigan
We hold to the foundational legal value that every American citizen is innocent until proven guilty, and will relentlessly uphold the constitutional rights of our clients in court. An identity theft conviction could mean you spend time in prison and suffer from restrictions and missed opportunities for the rest of your life, and you want a lawyer who recognizes the high stakes and defends you accordingly. Our premier criminal defense approach produces unrivaled Michigan results for people accused of criminal charges such as identity theft.
Charged With Identity Theft in Michigan
If you have been accused of stealing a credit card, checks, bank accounts, or the mail of another person, or have been charged with internet credit card fraud or stealing a person’s identity online, contact us immediately. Millions of people fall prey to identity theft every year, and it is important that the right offenders are caught and punished justly. Prosecutors may be quick to convict someone soon after stolen identity accusations, but it is extremely important to look into the details of every Michigan case and objectively present the facts. We work to look at every identity theft case with all involved parties’ legal rights in mind, and ensure that personal battles, financial problems, and credit card or banking mistakes do not result in the wrongful conviction of a Michigan citizen.
The penalties for identity theft in Michigan are harsh, and you want a lawyer who will aggressively protect anyone accused of a stolen identity crime at any stage of the criminal process. If you are under investigation for identity theft, fraud, or any other criminal charge contact us now. If you have already been charged with stealing a person’s identity in Michigan, it is crucial that you hire a lawyer as soon as possible. If you have already been convicted of identity fraud in Michigan, you can access our full range of post-conviction services and pursue a clean record.
Criminal Penalties for Identity Theft in Michigan
If convicted of identity theft in Michigan, you will be subject to damaging criminal penalties. According to the Michigan Penal Code’s Identity Theft Protection Act (445.65), anyone who obtains credit, goods, services, money, property, records, employment, information, or commits any other unlawful act with the intent to defraud or violate the law is subject to severe criminal punishment. If you even access the email or other means of communication of another person with intent to commit identity theft or crime, you will face potential jail time and fines.
According to the Michigan Penal Code, anyone convicted of identity theft is subject to imprisonment for up to 5 years and a fine of $25,000 at minimum, with possible conditions of your case or multiple convictions resulting in jail sentences as long as 15 years and fines of up to $75,000.
Call Grabel & Associates now to avoid these damaging criminal sentences, and defend your reputation with an experienced Michigan criminal defense attorney. Accusations of stealing a person’s identity do not have to result in life-changing punishment. An exceptional lawyer from our team will be able to earn you a great result and help you get on with your life.
Our Approach to Michigan Stolen Identity Charges
We understand that accusations of identity theft are stressful, and the potential criminal penalties you face can be extremely daunting. We will work with you to make sure you have complete control of your legal actions, and that you have an excellent understanding of what any action means for your future. We will protect you from aggressive investigative tactics and make sure you don’t say anything that could implicate you in a Michigan stolen identity case. Start working with a lawyer as soon as possible to ensure you achieve a great outcome.
We care about our client’s results and your lawyer will navigate the case with your future in mind. We want you to be satisfied with your final outcome, and will not rest until we achieve the result you want. We have defended Michigan clients in thousands of criminal cases, and look to learn from all of our success and apply our dynamic tactics to every case we take. Contact us to access our first-rate defense services and we will immediately begin our aggressive defense of your freedom.
We are dedicated to criminal defense and practice only Michigan criminal defense law. We have experience in all theft and property crime charges, including cases of stolen identity. Don’t wait to obtain representation and jeopardize your result. Our exceptional criminal defense team will begin working on your case and dedicate every second necessary to ensure you are provided with Michigan’s best criminal defense.
Contact Us Immediately for an Identity Theft Defense Lawyer
A case analyst is available 24/7 to discuss your case with you and give you excellent legal guidance concerning your next steps. Call our toll free number, 1-800-342-7896 as soon as you can to discuss the details of your Michigan case. You can also set up a free consultation with Scott Grabel by contacting us online. Our premier criminal defense team has proven skill in Michigan courts, and our proven results demonstrate that we can win in even the toughest criminal cases.
Contact us now if you are under investigation, have just been arrested, or have already been convicted of stealing the identity of another person. Our statewide attorneys will guide you to an excellent result, and your quick action to gain the best possible lawyer will be evident in your outcome at the end of the criminal process.