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Identity Theft Law in Alaska

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Identity theft is stealing an individual’s identity and in Alaska, it is a serious crime and several stringent laws and penalties follow the crime.

The laws:

The laws surrounding Identity theft fraud in Alaska include the following:

  • Theft by deception:

This identity theft law in Alaska can be placed under a felony or a misdemeanor depending upon the seriousness of the crime committed.

  • Criminal impersonation in Frist degree:

This is a class B felony act as it damages an individual’s  Financial reputation.

  • Second degree criminal impersonation:

It is a class A misdemeanor as it is an act to defraud the entitled individual.

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