In 2011, the California legislature enacted new laws making it a crime to impersonate another electronically. These laws, designed to prevent cyber-bullying and the commission of economic offenses committed by individuals pretending to be someone else can result in criminal prosecution, felony convictions, incarceration, and for students, formal school discipline.
At RAAB | MAHONEY, we have been closely monitoring the latest developments in unlawful impersonation, cyber-bullying, and economic crimes committed through cyber-impersonation.

If you or someone you know is under investigation or charged with state or federal unlawful impersonation, cyber-bullying, or any economic crimes related to unlawful cyber-impersonation, contact the lawyers at RAAB | MAHONEY immediately to schedule a consultation.