Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. Forgery

Forgery Charges in Broward County, FL

What is a Forgery Crime?

Forgery is generally defined as a crime that involves altering or creating counterfeit financial or legal documents for the purpose of committing fraud.  There are numerous types of forgery crimes, including forging checks, fraudulently signing someone else's name on a legal document, altering a will through forgery, falsely signing a lottery ticket, and many others. Forgery may also be related to counterfeit goods, as in cases involving designer handbags, watches or jewelry.  Penalties for forgery are affected by the nature of the crime and the amount of property involved in the deception.  Some charges are filed on a state level, while others may be considered federal crimes. Both carry harsh penalties that can affect your future and that of your family.

Depending on the seriousness of the charges, forgery can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony.  It is punishable by imprisonment in state prison of up to 3 years or in a county jail of not over one year.. However, if you have prior convictions, you may have significantly harsher sentences. If you or someone you know has been charged with forgery, it is imperative you contact a Broward County criminal defense attorney right away to safeguard your rights.

Beverly Hills Forgery Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you are faced with forgery charges, you want to obtain the best legal counsel you can.  At the Law Offices of Michael Mirer, P.A., our highly experienced criminal defense lawyer has over 10 years of experience serving the Broward County and Ft.  Lauderdale areas.  We have helped numerous clients successfully in the defense of their criminal fraud charges.  With the skill and resources available to us, we can successfully defend your case against fraud charges.  Contact our caring and dedicated attorneys for your initial free consultation.

For aggressive and skilled legal counsel , contact Broward County forgery lawyer Michael Mirer today.

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