If you have been arrested by federal agents for forgery, your life can be turned upside down in an instant. Your worries will be deep and your questions many, and even if you want to make an immediate stance in your defense, it is most wise to refrain from commenting on the matter and instead to make contact us to guide you through the legal process and protect your rights.
Forgery at its linguistic root means to “falsify.” It is a serious crime that involves creating, adapting or imitating something with the intent to deceive someone. Some common examples of forged items include legal documents, drivers’ license and identification cards, and contracts. It may also involve changing a legitimate document into a falsified one through alteration of text or signatures. The similar crime of counterfeitinggenerally involves forgery of currency, money or consumer goods. None of these accusations should be taken lightly, as if you are convicted of a federal forgery offense, you can be sent to prison for up to 20 years and can face immense fines.
Your very future and livelihood stand at perilous risk if you have been arrested for forgery. You will need the assistance of an outstanding legal firm, such as Kaye, McLane, Bednarski & Litt, LLP. Through a well-deserved reputation of success and excellent client care, several members of our team have earned the distinction of “Super Lawyers.” We are very serious about protecting your rights, best interests and future, and will act aggressively on your behalf through every step of the legal defense process.
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