Identity Theft

Don't have an identity crisis. Get an expert identity theft lawyer on your side.

Thanks to his years of experience handling financial fraud and economic crimes at the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, Andres Guevara knows how to break apart financial cases and identity theft charges to find their weaknesses.

If you’re facing an identity theft charge, you need someone like Andres on your side, someone who understands how identity theft cases work and knows how to protect you against massive fines or extensive jail time.

Identity Theft in Colorado

Identity theft in Colorado is a Class 4 felony punishable by a lengthy prison sentence in the Department of Corrections. If it is a second or subsequent offense, prison is mandatory.

In Colorado, Identity Theft is covered in the statutes under C.R.S. 18-5-902.  C.R.S. 18-5-902.

Identity theft is committed when someone uses any information or document in someone else’s name for purposes of committing a fraud. Anyone who has ever tried to get a driver’s license or work papers in someone else’s name or has used a credit card belonging to someone else can be charged with identity theft.

If you are arrested and accused of identity theft, contact our aggressive Colorado criminal defense and trial attorneys, who are ready to fight for your liberty and your rights.

Theft, Robbery & Burglary FAQ

What could an Identity Theft charge mean for your future? Find out more in our Theft, Robbery & Burglary FAQs.

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Call our expert criminal defense lawyers today so we can start strategizing on how to avoid a federal crime charge or jail time for identity theft.

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