You may be facing identity theft charges if you are found to have fraudulently obtained, recorded, accessed or used someone else’s identifying information including, but not limited to:

  • Their name
  • Their date of birth
  • Their social security number
  • Their driver’s license number
  • Their bank account information
  • Their credit card or debit card information
  • Their PIN number
  • Their fingerprints
  • Their passwords
  • Their electronic signatures

Oftentimes, the information is obtained from government or financial institution computer networks and Web sites. It can also be obtained from lost or stolen mail, wallets, purses, identification cards and credit cards.

If you are facing identity theft charges, you need a lawyer who is experienced with the law in Virginia and who can best fight for you. With 34 years of experience defending criminal and traffic offense cases, we are confident we can represent you. Contact the Law Offices of Patrick N. Anderson and Associates today for your free case evaluation.

Virginia Code: Identity Theft