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What is the typical penalty for someone who has been convicted of criminal identity theft?

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Identity theft is a criminal activity that is taken seriously. It is classed as a felony in most states in America. Penalties vary by state and according to the severity of the crime. For example, in Michigan anyone convicted of identify theft faces a maximum of 5 years imprisonment and a minimum fine of $25,000. However, Rhode Island law states that identify theft is punishable by imprisonment for 3 years.

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