Were you accused of signing someone else's signature? The signature may have been on any financial instrument such as the following:
- On a check
- On a credit card receipt
- On a ledger
- At a bank
- To acknowledge receipt of a delivery
- On a loan application
Whatever the circumstances, you may be under investigation or you may have been formally charged with a crime of forgery, perhaps in connection with alleged embezzlement or some other type of theft. The accuser may claim actual loss, or may simply say that you committed fraud with the use of a falsified signature of another person.
What is the best answer to give when someone accuses you of forging documents? "My lawyer will accept questions about this matter." It is never too soon to talk to an attorney when you are accused of a criminal act such as forgery or embezzlement. A skilled lawyer can often lay a dispute to rest in the early stages of allegations or investigation. Contact the Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A., to speak with an Orlando forgery defense lawyer.
- We have more than 30 years' experience defending people in white collar crime cases.
- Phones are answered 24 hours a day.
Our Orlando, Florida, criminal defense firm defends clients in Florida courts, circuit and appellate courts, U.S. federal district courts, courts of appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. It is important to have an attorney as soon as possible when you are under investigation for forgery or embezzlement. Contact our Orlando law office to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation with a Florida white collar crime lawyer.
Experienced Florida Check Fraud Attorney
Our attorneys use aggressive and effective defense strategies to minimize the negative impact of evidence, charges and penalties. For thorough criminal defense representation, contact the Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz in Orlando, Florida. Call our law office at (407) 401-7224 or (866) 784-0023.
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