Miami Identity Theft Lawyer

Protect Yourself from a Federal Crime Conviction

Identity theft involves taking someone else’s personal identification information for personal gain.

This information could include tax records, credit card applications, Social Security Number usage, or even medical records.

The consequences of a conviction for such a criminal charge in Miami, Florida could cause problems in your future that go beyond fines and jail sentencing, including difficulty finding employment and housing.

The Law Offices of Joel DeFabio can help you plan your defense right and obtain the best possible outcome for your situation.

Make sure you have an identity theft lawyer in Miami on your side.

Can Identity Theft Charges Be Dropped?

Yes there is a possibility that identity theft charges can be dropped under the following conditions:

  • If you have evidence that shows you did not have any illegal intention, you are not guilty of identity theft.
  • If you did not take or use anyone's personal information illegally, you should not be charged of identity theft.
  • If there is a lack of evidence against you, that will help your innocence of identity theft charges.
  • Falsely Accused.

Call (305) 851-5581 now or contact our Miami law firm online to get started on planning your criminal case.

What Constitutes Identity Theft?

Identity theft is illegal to take someone else’s personal, confidential information.

Whether a person was granted illegal access to this data or they obtained it through theft, any use of this information for personal gain is a federal crime in Miami, FL that can be investigated by a number of different investigating agencies.

You could be charged with identity theft for information obtained through:

  • E-mail scams
  • Theft or robbery
  • Loose information, such as mail found in the trash

In all these cases, it is crucial that you have a Miami federal crimes attorney on your side who will fight for you and help you obtain the best possible outcome for your situation.

Attorney Joel DeFabio has handled hundreds of personal identification theft cases successfully, and he understands the strategies that work when helping his clients protect their innocence.

Fight Your Charges Right Away

When you are charged with identity theft in Miami, Florida, your prosecutors will have access to evidence that could be damning for your freedom.

The sooner you get started planning your defense, the more time you will have to examine the criminal charges made by prosecutors and ensure the evidence against you was not obtained illegally.

The Law Offices of Joel DeFabio can also provide you with clear instructions about how to proceed through your case.

Don’t wait to get started on your criminal case. Call our Miami identity theft attorney at (305) 851-5581 now!

Fight For Your Freedom

Having defended over 600 cases, Joel DeFabio has the experience and knowledge to craft winning defense strategies for even the most serious charges.

Recent Victories

Result-Driven Defense

  • Aggravated Identity Theft CHARGES DISMISSED
  • Assault of a Federal Officer CHARGES DISMISSED
  • Conspiracy NOT GUILTY
  • Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud CHARGES DISMISSED
  • Conspiracy to Commit Fraud NO JAIL
  • Conspiracy to Commit Terrorism NOT GUILTY
  • Conspiracy to Defraud the U.S. Government NO JAIL
  • Conspiracy to Defraud the U.S.; False Statements NO JAIL
  • Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine NO JAIL
  • Conspiracy to Import Cocaine CHARGES DISMISSED
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The DeFabio Difference

What Sets Us Apart from the Rest
  • Nearly 40 Years of Experience
  • More Than 600 Federal Cases Defended
  • More Than 50 Federal Jury Trials Handled
  • One of Miami's Most Respected Defense Attorneys
  • Award-Winning Representation
  • Honest Appraisal of Your Case - "No Surprises"

Put an Award-Winning Attorney in Your Corner

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