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What is the statute of limitations for credit card identity theft?

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Answered 2006-11-27 08:26:04

In the state of California it's 3 years to charge a felony case if it takes the D.A. longer it's dismissed.Idenity theft is a felony.

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There is a five year statue of limitations on Federal identity theft if the theft did not result in the death of a person. If a death resulted from the crime, then there is no statute of limitations.


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