2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 11 - Authorized Disposition of Offenders
1107.1 - Restituion for identity theft.

     § 1107.1.  Restitution for identity theft.
        (a)  General rule.--The court shall, in addition to any other
     restitution sentence or order authorized by law, sentence a
     person convicted of a violation of section 4106 (relating to
     access device fraud) or 4120 (relating to identity theft) to
     make restitution for all reasonable expenses incurred by the
     victim or on the victim's behalf:
            (1)  to investigate theft of the victim's identity;
            (2)  to bring or defend civil or criminal actions related
        to theft of the victim's identity; or
            (3)  to take other efforts to correct the victim's credit
        record or negative credit reports related to theft of the
        victim's identity.
        (b)  Types of expenses.--The types of expenses recoverable
     under this section include, but are not limited to:
            (1)  fees for professional services by attorneys or
            (2)  fees and costs imposed by credit bureaus, associated
        with efforts to correct the victim's credit record, incurred
        in private investigations or associated with contesting
        unwarranted debt collections; and
            (3)  court costs and filing fees.
     (Sept. 18, 2009, P.L.391, No.42, eff. 60 days)

        2009 Amendment.  Act 42 added section 1107.1.

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