Credit and Debit Card Abuse in North Texas
A common confusion is that Criminal Credit and Debit Card Abuse results from delinquency on credit accounts. To be clear: being irresponsible with your credit card is not a criminal offense. However, stealing someone else’s card, credit, or identity can and will be vigorously prosecuted by both state and federal authorities.
Defense against charges of credit abuse or fraud require not just legal expertise but an intimate understanding of the related banking, ecommerce, and marketplace security protocols. Bruce Isaacks is highly experienced in Credit Abuse and Credit Fraud cases and has the needed understanding of the issues and trial experience needed to help clients successfully achieve the most best result possible whether that be a non-guilty verdict, dismissal of the case, or a worthwhile plea bargain. If you are facing credit abuse charges of any kind, let Bruce put his expertise and insight to work for you by calling our offices today.
Common Forms of Credit Fraud
Credit Card Abuse and Credit Fraud cases are quite complex because of the numerous state and/or federal laws and regulations being violated by such acts. Federal laws concerning wire, bank, and mail fraud may require the involvement of several agencies in ongoing investigations that may even take years. Because of this, it is imperative that individuals facing such charges seek out qualified criminal defense as soon as possible.
Whether or not a Credit or Debit Abuse charges are felony or misdemeanor depends in large part to the circumstances of the case like the total amount of goods and services stolen and whether or not the case gets elevated to the federal court system. Whether the charges you face involve Credit/Debit Card Abuse (using another person’s card without their consent), Identity Theft (creating a fake credit card with someone else’s personal information), or Skimming Credit/Debit Card Numbers (stealing someone’s credit card number from somewhere like a receipt without actually having the card and using it in online purchases, etc.), Bruce will fight tirelessly for the best possible outcome for your case.
Penalties for Credit & Debit Card Abuse
Being convicted of Credit or Debit Card Abuse/Fraud carries with it a number of possible penalties and consequences that include permanent marks on your record, a possible prison sentence, loss of any licensures as well as possibly your job, loss of your good name, the inability to get credit, and of course missing family, academic, and life events.
What’s more, both state and federal authorities can prosecute you. If you are facing such charges, you need aggressive and knowledgeable defense from an experienced Credit/Debit Fraud Attorney-at-Law like Bruce Isaacks. Your defense team will need to know both state and federal law in order to successfully defend against the complex charges that may arise due to the specific details of your case. Bruce understands the unique challenges such criminal charges present and is 100% dedicated to the defense needs of his clients that face them.
Criminal Defense You Can Count On
Bruce Isaacks is Board Certified, Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is a practicing Criminal Defense Attorney in Denton, TX and is a Former District Attorney. Bruce has spent years aggressively defending the rights of clients facing Credit Abuse or Fraud Charges in Denton, TX and the surrounding area. He has the legal expertise, drive, and understanding of the North Texas court system needed to get his clients the best possible outcomes for their cases and will not rest until he has done so.
If you would like to discuss the specifics of your case or are in need of legal representation, please give the Law Offices of Bruce Isaacks a call today. We’re standing by, ready to take your call.