New Iberia, LA asked in Identity Theft for Louisiana

Q: My daughter in law has 15 counts of identity theft against her the card was from a person she was sitting who is dead

The lady is deceased and my dil was told to use it on her and live also she is accused of using another ladies card but had permission how much time could she get

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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A: 'Sorry that your question remains open on something where time is of the essence. It was probably overlooked in this category. You probably know this already - if you haven't so far, contact a criminal defense attorney without delay - one you find on this site, through your own independent searches, or through the Public Defender's office if your daughter qualifies financially. An experienced Louisiana criminal defense attorney would probably recommend that you no longer make statements regarding the matter on public forums, this one or others. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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