Charged with Forgery in Florida?
Forgery is defined as
the act of making an unlawful copy or replica of something in such a way
as to deceive others into believing it is genuine. Forgery is most often committed for financial gain and is a term that
may be used interchangeably with
counterfeiting. Forgery may be related to financial or legal documents, prescription
forms, medical records, identification documents, and more. It may also
be related to such criminal offenses as
Forgery may be charged under state or
federal law, depending on the particular case. If charged as a federal offense, the
defendant will likely face more aggressive prosecution and an investigation
by federal agencies that will have more resources, time and manpower to
dedicate to forgery investigations.
At times, federal investigations may last for months or even years as federal
agencies attempt to gather as much evidence as possible against the defendant
(who may not even be aware that he or she is the subject of an investigation).
Consult a Miami Forgery Attorney
Have you been accused of or arrested for forgery? Have you been implicated
in an investigation regarding this criminal offense? If so, your future
and freedom may be on the line. Contacting and involving an experienced
Miami criminal attorney from the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. is important if you are going
to have the opportunity of avoiding a conviction for this serious crime.
If you would like to ensure your rights and interests are well-protected
in the face of these serious
federal charges, take a moment to
contact Miami federal defense lawyer Michael Mirer today. Your initial consultation is free, and our phone
lines are open 24/7 to take your call. Don't wait another day; enlist
the powerful defense you need!