Montana Identity Theft Laws
|Code Section||Mont. Code Ann. §45-6-332 (2001)|
|Classification of Crime/Penalties||Identity theft is a criminal offense If loss up to $1,000: imprisonment in county jail up to 6 months, fine up to $1,000, or both; if loss of $1,000 or more: imprisonment in state prison up to 10 years, fine up to $10,000, or both; restitution may be ordered including attorney fees, costs incurred in clearing credit rating, costs of civil/administrative proceeding to satisfy debt, lien, judgment, or other obligation resulting from crime|
|Who May Prosecute||Any prosecuting authority|
|Exemptions to Identity Theft Laws||-|
|Civil Lawsuit Allowed?||-|
|Civil Remedies Available||-|
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