A Reputation for Results in Computer Identity Theft Cases

Have you been accused of possessing a stolen credit card for purposes of identity theft?

Our Memphis attorneys can help. For more than 40 years, the The Law Office of Massey McClusky McClusky & Fuchs has aggressively represented the rights of defendants in a broad range of criminal law cases in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and throughout the Mid-South.

We fight the good fight to safeguard your interests when you have been arrested for identity theft and credit card fraud. In our high technology culture, instances of identity theft have grown dramatically — and so have the penalties for conviction, when these cases come to trial. Massey McClusky lawyers conduct intensive investigation of the charges against you, in order to protect your rights. We negotiate and litigate on your behalf with equal proficiency.

William D. Massey was the first west Tennessee lawyer certified as a criminal law specialist. Along with attorney Lorna S. McClusky and a skilled support staff of associates, we do everything in our power to cushion the blow of your arrest and advocate forcefully for you, in and out of court.

You have only one chance to hire the right attorney to defend you. You have only one chance to hear the words "not guilty." Make the most of that chance by contacting us today, toll free, to schedule a free initial consultation. If we have to meet with you at a police station, jail or courthouse, we are prepared to do that.

Reach us now at 888-341-4226. Your e-mail or fax will be promptly returned.

Aggressively Protecting Your Rights

We need to know the details of what happened if you are charged with knowingly obtaining, possessing or using the identifying information of someone else with the intent to commit an unlawful act without that person's consent.

Use of another person's Social Security card number to obtain a credit card could constitute identity theft. Even if you do not use the numbers, your intent to use information illegally could result in a conviction for identity theft.

Don't risk being fined and sent to prison by retaining an unproven, inexperienced criminal defense lawyer. Identity theft is considered a Class D felony in Tennessee, and carries a potential sentence of two to 12 years in prison and a maximum fine of $5,000. Probation is available however, and is far more preferable than jail.

The quality, experienced representation and unwavering client commitment you will find at Massey McClusky could make a tremendous difference in your case, your life and your future. Contact us so we can evaluate your case, free of charge, and begin the hard work of protecting your rights.

Contact The Law Office of Massey McClusky McClusky & Fuchs

Call 888-341-4226. We serve criminal defense clients of all kinds — for drug cases, violent crimes, sex crimes and DUI/DWI — in Tennessee and across the Mid-South.

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