Aggressively Representing Those Accused Of Committing Identity Theft

Identity theft is a rapidly growing area of the law. Not only do the traditional forms of identity theft still exist on the books in South Carolina — such as forged or altered documents like checks, driver’s licenses and passports — but also now the internet and computers have caused new types of identity theft laws to be passed.

If you have been accused of committing identity theft, you may be tempted to dispute the allegations and immediately try and defend your name. However, it is in your best interests to not talk about the case with anyone except an experienced state and federal criminal defense lawyer who has handled these types of cases.

Christopher A. Wellborn, P.A. is a Rock Hill identity theft defense attorney who has over 30 years of experience handling all types of white collar crime cases. He is here to provide you with clear guidance and effective representation.

Contact Christopher A. Wellborn, P.A., before you make any statements to anyone, including an investigator or law enforcement.

Defense Against Complex Financial Fraud Cases

Along with passport forgery and credit card fraud, now identity theft can occur to a completely unsuspecting person who believes he or she is taking part in a legitimate business opportunity. For instance, many work from home business ventures have people engaging in activity where they think they have permission to perform certain tasks but, in fact, they are functioning as a fake entity.

As a result, people end up soliciting others and unknowingly stealing someone else’s identity as part of a conspiracy to defraud others. In these cases, a person not only ends up being accused of being part of a criminal enterprise, but also is a victim because they were taken advantage of.

We can help you when your case has foreign and domestic implications because the business originates abroad but you are operating on their behalf in the United States. These cases are usually brought in federal court, and we have extensive experience defending all types of financial fraud cases where federal law and evidence standards are at issue. We can help show you had no actual knowledge of the true motives of the people who hired you and that you had no intent to hurt others.

Contact Us Today

Sometimes good intentions and honest mistakes occur. Our firm will make every attempt to have charges dismissed, or we will negotiate a favorable plea bargain to avoid a felony conviction and prison time. We are prepared to go to trial if the prosecution’s case is weak or pleading guilty is not an option. Contact us at 803-746-4302 today to arrange a free consultation to learn more about how we can help you.