Punishments for internet crimes and identity theft in Arizona


The type of punishment handed down for identity theft crimes in Arizona depends on a couple of factors, such as – your prior record, the offense itself, the evidence found against you, and the severity of your charges.

Over the past decade, penalties for internet crimes such as identity theft have grown worse. If convicted, you could face fines, restitution and/or jail time as punishment. Since local, state and federal authorities can all hold jurisdiction over internet crimes, defendants may also face multiple counts for the same identity theft crime. Anyone charged with identity theft, or any other type of internet crime in Arizona, should promptly hire an Arizona internet crime attorney to protect their rights.

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