Atlanta Forgery Lawyer

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Forgery is act of changing a document, making a false document, or signing a document in someone else's name to intentionally deceive or defraud another party. One of the most frequent occurrences of forgery happens when someone forges a signature on a check in order to obtain or use another individual's money.

These are the most frequent types of forged documents:

  • Credit cards
  • Checks
  • Stamps
  • Wills
  • Promissory notes
  • Trademarks
  • Currency
  • Government documents
  • Other legal documents

The Law offices of Howard J. Weintraub, P.C. is very familiar with forgery cases and can utilize our more than 40 years of collective experience to craft strong defense on your behalf. We have received acclamation from the FBI and U.S. Attorney General for our legal services. Not only that, but our lead attorney is a former prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice. We have what it takes to defend even the most complicated of cases.

Delivering Vigorous Defense

When it comes to forgery cases, you have to understand what you may be up against. There are different degrees of forgery, and all have their own set of contingencies and penalties.

  • First degree forgery is the creation of any form of forged writing
  • Second degree forgery is using that forged material in an effort to carry out an act, such as using a forged check to purchase goods.
  • Third and fourth degree forgery cases often involve the creation and usage of forged checks, where the monetary value of the exchanges exceeds $15,000 or more.

Don't face the penalties—call us now!

Penalties for forgery can be harsh, including time in jail or prison, fines of up to thousands of dollars, and other consequences. If you have been charged, don't waste any time getting representation for your case. Call our Atlanta criminal defense lawyer right away to better your chances of keeping your name clear and your freedom untouched.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us today to discuss your case.