Forgery Charges in Miami, Florida
Miami Criminal Defense Attorney
Forgery is a type of white collar theft crime that involves altering or creating counterfeit financial or legal documents for the purpose of committing fraud. Forgery may also be related to counterfeit goods, as in cases involving designer handbags, watches or jewelry. Depending on the nature of the offense, who was targeted, and the amount of property involved, forgery may be charged as a state or federal crime and a conviction may result in the implementation of harsh penalties.
You have the right to seek immediate legal counsel if you suspect that you are under investigation for forgery, or if you have already been arrested for and or charged with any offense related to forgery or counterfeiting in Florida. Securing the services of a Miami criminal defense lawyer may have a significant impact on the outcome of your case, and the failure to act in time may even negatively impact your case. For example, if you agree to a search without knowing your rights or agree to police questioning without your attorney present, you may unintentionally incriminate yourself. Law enforcement will be actively working to secure evidence that will prove your guilt in criminal court, and it may require every effort of a competent attorney to counteract these efforts.
Contact a Miami Forgery Defense Lawyer Today
When you are facing serious criminal charges, you most likely want a legal professional at your side who will not only have the knowledge and experience necessary to properly address your case but who will also dedicate the time and effort that is needed to seek the best possible outcome. Miami criminal attorney Michael Mirer is not only dedicated to aggressive representation in court - he is also fully committed to providing his clients with the personal attention and service they need through the entire legal process associated with their forgery charges. Attorney Mirer has over a decade of experience as a trial attorney and a background as a Miami-Dade prosecutor to back his clients' cases.
For a free consultation regarding your case, contact Miami forgery lawyer Michael Mirer today.