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What Are the Penalties for Identity Theft in California?
What Are the Penalties for Identity Theft in California?

In California, Penal Code Section 530.5 defines identity theft as obtaining and using someone else’s personal information for unlawful or fraudulent purposes, including selling or transferring this person’s information for similar purposes. Personal information includes: ...

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