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In cases that involve identity theft, the criminal justice system protects the people but respects the rights of the accused. Answer the following questions:

If a person steals another person's identity but does not cause any monetary damages has a crime been committed? Why or why not? Explain in detail
How have these laws changed over the recent years? Explain
Explain in details federal laws and laws in any state that apply to this matter.
Include references with citation for each source used.

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http://www.ovc.gov/pubs/ID_theft/idtheftlaws.html

I need help with the following questions. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

In cases that involve identity theft, the criminal justice system protects the people but respects the rights of the accused. Answer the following questions:

If a person steals another person's identity but does not cause any monetary damages has a crime been committed? Why or why not? Explain in detail

Any person that steals another person's identity is engaging in identity theft regardless of not whether they also engage in monetary fraud with the identity theft. Identify theft can result in someone using (your) social security card to obtain a job in their field or because they are in the country illegally. This is still identify fraud and should ...

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Identity Theft

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