No Prison Time for Identity Theft Defendant

People v. PB (Burbank, 2013):

The defendant had just been released on parole for a robbery case when he was charged in an identity theft case. He was allegedly found in possession of others’ profiles, including credit card numbers and social security information. He faced a minimum of 32 months in state prison, but Attorney Allison Margolin convinced the court to strike the strike, release him to a residential program, and suspend prison time.

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