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Forgery Criminal Defense Attorneys

With the rise in identity theft, charges for forgery have become more and more common. n Arizona, Forgery (falsely making, completing or altering a written document) also includes the related offenses of:

Forgery Charges Are Serious – They Should Not Be Taken Lightly

The State of Arizona prosecutes Forgery and there are significant penalties for engaging in Forgery – ranging from a class 1 misdemeanor to a class 2 felony. Gallagher & Kennedy is here to help.

Depending on the severity of the act, forgery can carry serious consequences. In some instances, a criminal crime can be classified as aggravated forgery. This classification can include forging a document that, when it is authentic, creates legal rights or obligations or privileges or affects significant authority. Navigating through the maze of legal terms, and understanding types of forgery is often a grueling task to undertake, especially alone. Our Phoenix criminal defense attorneys offers useful insights, and can direct you in to a path that may offer you the best outcome for your individual case. Contact our forgery lawyers in Phoenix today.

Gallagher & Kennedy has Experience That Counts

The Arizona forgery attorneys at Gallagher & Kennedy have the knowledge and experience to represent you in all Forgery offenses.

The Phoenix forgery defense attorneys at Gallagher & Kennedy will provide an aggressive defense strategy tailored to your individual needs.  We understand that every case is unique and depends highly are the circumstances of the charges. We are leading law firm, defending individual facing a wide variety of criminal charges, forgery being one. For information on your case contact Gallagher & Kennedy at 602-510-9999.

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