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Identity theft is a Class A felony under FEDERAL LAW. There is no statute because it is considered a capital crime.

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As of the end of the 2012 New York legislative session, the statute of limitations on theft in the state of New York is two years or five years, two iof the theft was a misdemeanor, five is the theft was a felony. N.Y. Crim. Proc. s. 30.10(2)(b) or (c).


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