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New Hampshire Identity theft laws

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Identity theft cases are sharply increasing with time and so the courts of New Hampshire have some strict laws and penalties surrounding the crime.

Identity theft in general is a criminal offense and is explained as stealing or unauthorized use of a person’s financial or personal identity information.

  • If the loss due to identity theft exceeds $1000, then class A felony act comes in to picture. Else it is a class B felony.
  • Restitution can be acquired by the victim from the thief as a compensation for the monetary loss.

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