Probably yes. It is illegal to use someone elses SS. (identity theft) It also may be theft of property if you took out loan with no intent of paying it back. Unsure if a federal offense using SS. I would pay back loan or face the consequences.
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Yes. Consult and retain an experienced local criminal defense lawyer ASAP. Your attorney will review all facts and circumstances. He/she will then be in a position to either defend against the charges or present mitigating factors at sentencing.
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Criminal charges for identity theft
Identity theft is using another person's identity in person, by mail, over the phone, or on the internet, with the intent to obtain information or assets.