Identity Theft

What to do if someone steals your ID

Identity Theft: Victim statements

A Publication of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

19. Victim statements.

If the imposter is apprehended by law enforcement and stands trial and/or is sentenced, write a victim impact letter to the judge handling the case. Contact the victim-witness assistance program in your area for further information on how to make your voice heard in the legal proceedings.

Read the Identity Theft Resource Centerís Fact Sheet 111, http://www.idtheftcenter.org/artman2/publish/v_fact_sheets/Fact_Sheet_111_Victim_Impact_Statements.shtml

 

 

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