ITPEA

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ITPEAIdentity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act (US)
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(37.) Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act, and the Identity Theft Investigation and Prosecution Act of 2003: Hearing before the Subcomm.
(51.) Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act Hearing, supra note 37 (statement of Larry D.
1996) (describing how Bridgette Patrick spent approximately ten days behind bars for crimes another committed with her stolen identity); Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act Hearing, supra note 37, at 2 (statement of Rep.
(57.) See Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act Hearing, supra note 37, at 23-24 (testimony provided by Robert Ryan, Senior Director of Government Regulations, TransUnion, LLC).
Later, the Credit and Debit Card Receipt Clarification Act of 2007, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA) - both amendments to US federal law, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), and the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act of 2004 were enacted to strengthen systems and procedures as the identity crime phenomenon and related crimes evolved.
1731 Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act. Makes aggravated (Carter) identity theft in conjunction with felonies a crime, and establishes mandatory sentences.
Last July, the Senate passed the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act, legislation that increases existing penalties for identity theft.
businesses almost $50 billion a year, Attorney General John Ashcroft directed Justice Department offices to make full use of the provisions of the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act, which was signed into law in July.
The Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act. Signed into law on July 15, 2004, the Act adds two years to prison sentences for criminals convicted of committing crimes with stolen credit card numbers and other personal data.
858 Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act. Tanner Increases penalties for aggravated H.R.
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