Cases of Forgery
Forgery involves creating false documents, altering genuine documents,
or passing worthless documents with the intent to defraud. This can come
in many forms but typically includes such articles as checks, traveler's
checks, credit slips, promissory notes, receipts or contracts. Writing
checks for an amount not covered by sufficient funds can also constitute forgery.
Based on the amount of money involved, the scope of the operation and any
prior convictions on your record, forgery may be charged as a misdemeanor or a
felony. The severity of charges pressed can sometimes be influenced by your legal
counsel. It is therefore imperative you contact a Los Angeles criminal
defense attorney immediately if you are being investigated for, or have
been charged with forgery.
Los Angeles Attorney - Experienced Legal Representation
At Martinian & Associates, we put our clients first. We understand
that being charged with a crime is an extremely emotional and frightening
experience. With the representation of our firm, you can have confidence
that your case is in good hands. Our experience and knowledge will be
an asset to your case. We will demand to see the evidence the prosecution
plans to use against you and review it for injustices and potential inadmissibility.
We will immediately conduct a pre-filing or pre-trial investigation in
an attempt to build your defense and clear your name. The goal is always
to have charges lessened or dismissed, or to obtain an acquittal. If
sentencing does occur, on many occasions we are able to have an impact on the penalties
ultimately experienced. Forgery can result in imprisonment and thus requires
the determined and aggressive legal representation offered by our firm.